Moodbay Are Back With New Song 'Psycho'


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Psycho is a tug of war between two people. It's a love-hate situation, and each feels misunderstood by the other. The theme of good and evil is apparent throughout. Yet though actions are irreversible, there's always hope for change. Someone can turn those actions around by becoming a better version of themselves. And the last thing they want is to be called 'crazy' because that would be discouraging! As the lyric goes: "just call me by my name"...

This is a dreamy layered synth-pop track that doesn't mess about and is brimming with emotion. The delicate piano in the verses contrast well with the thick powerful choruses that soar with interweaving vocals and synth lines. The production is warm and full-bodied but never over-bearing.


An electro-pop duo that likes to explore various sonic landscapes from vintage disco grooves, lo-fi hip-hop textures to moody layers of analogue synth.

Moodbay are vocalist-songwriter Anna Stephens and producer-songwriter Alfie Cattell. They make music out of their garage studio in the UK. Both are pianists who bonded over Erik Satie's Gymnopédies during their time at music school. Though they enjoy writing catchy melodies, they both endeavour to capture unique vibes in their music.

February 24, 2021 5:43pm ET by Decent Music PR Limited  

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