Red Skies Mourning Deep Moonlight song is released on December 11
A new song has been published by Red Skies Mourning, a Maryland-based solo artist. With arpeggiated synthetic bells that keep you in an endless loop, the music offers a fantastic deep atmosphere that drags you into your trance. This layer is present throughout the music and acts as the foundation for the song. Thanks to the powerful bass, the song has exactly the right amount of punch. To appeal to a larger spectrum of listeners, the songwriting is kept simple. The song energises you with its flawless climbs and falls.
The Baltimore-based alt-rock/pop band Red Skies Mourning’s song “Deep Moonlight” is a love-struck tune from an artist who sincerely misses that unique soul. On a romantic gesture that makes you sway gently and make you question whether you’re with the proper person who makes you feel alive. There’s a passionate sensation here that will transport you to a joyful place and make you wish you could be together forever. This is a tune to play with your beloved next to you as your firm hands lock together as one, or to express that you are ready to discover the one.
We may believe we’ve discovered it when, in fact, we haven’t. Other times, we find it, but it is at an inconvenient time, when we are unsure if what we are experiencing is genuine. Such is the range of emotions that Red Skies Mourning explores on his latest album. “Deep Moonlight” is a peaceful, emotive rock-pop/R&B music that delves into our deepest feelings, stating everything we’ve always been reluctant to speak because we didn’t think the timing was appropriate.
New styles, sounds, and finally a move in the right direction have resulted from what is effectively a rebranding of the project. “Deep Moonlight,” their latest musical attempt, is characterised by the artist as “The Legend of Zelda meets The Weeknd and Post Malone.” We’ve grown to adore it and couldn’t agree more with that remark after listening to it several times. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll jump on this one as quickly as possible.