The female fronted indie-electronic group, Kid Cupid, are back with their storming new single, ‘Blue Moon’.
Picking up from where the band left off with ‘Broken Down’, ‘Blue Moon’ is superbly crafted amalgamation of synth bass, echoing vocals and even a touch of cornet. The band have an affinity for showcasing their vocal harmonies alongside their fusion of acoustic and electronic beats.
‘Blue Moon’ was written in a particularly picturesque moment as vocalist Laura Shaw was watching the sun set over a river in India. The sheer beauty of the place inspired Laura to think about the interactions we have between each other, fleeting moments that we have every day. We may never see these people that we encounter ever again, but this is what is addressed in the band’s new song – an original songwriting inspiration to say the least.
After forming just over a year ago, Kid Cupid have built a reputation for themselves as a captivating live act and this has led to them being compared to the likes of London Grammar and Chvrches.
Kid Cupid’s social commentary based songs set them apart from a lot of artifical indie artists and ‘Blue Moon’ is no different. Definitely well worth a listen.