Forward thinking talent known as Moonkay is scoring big with his release "Fell In The Deep." Sonically, the tune is bursting with personality, featuring an overall well written disposition alongside a topline in which he sung himself. The electronic aesthetics are uplifting, chalked full of r&b bits which help ascend the experience to the next level.
Adding more substance to what is at hand, he's dropped a music video for the song as well. The video is nothing short of artistic, the setting of the video being in a snowy landscape where Moonkay finds himself alone. There's something moving and gripping about all the parts playing out here. From the shorts, to the body language, and beyond, the solo talent has outdone himself on this one.
Moonkay shares more in regards to the meaning of this piece:
"Fell In The Deep'' is an analysis on loneliness. I see the piece as an introspection on looking for purpose, and some of the negative emotions that can come with that. I think this is very visually clear in the contrast of the screaming vocals over the 808 bass and harsh percussion.
The complexity of the sounds lends itself to the spontaneity of repeatedly hunting for purpose to no avail. This is in contrast to the more melodic sections, which can be seen as the sections of clarity, made more so obvious given the use of vocals and a clear message to the listener.