After two critically acclaimed singles, such as Under My Skin and The Room Is Spinning, Belfast-based artist Moon Landing returns with another exceptional composition that will unquestionably appeal to all the fans of indie rock music. A Lack Of Natural Light is a meaningful ballad that highlights all the qualities of this highly creative musician who knows how to write and compose profoundly emotive, multilayered, ear-appealing numbers that will instantly catch your attention. Perhaps Moon Landing explores the fundamentals of indie rock music, but there are some other music genres included along the way. Therefore, you’ll stumble upon some of the finest properties of alternative, soft rock, Celtic folk rock, cinematic ambient, etc. However, some orchestrations indicate many other styles as well.
A Lack Of Natural Light is Moon Landing’s first attempt at writing and composing a string section, where the violin clashes with the full string quartet for dominance. The artist paid so much attention while composing this track, and you’ll immediately notice how he nailed these sonic maneuvers like he had assembled thousands of compositions like these before. Moon Landing also thought about the ambiance. You’ll hear how each segment invested in A Lack Of Natural Light gradually transits into the upcoming sequence without spoiling the listening experience. The composition has a perfect flow, so your listening apparatus will enjoy it from scratch to finish. Of course, clean arpeggiated chord progressions perfectly match Moon Landing’s outstandingly performed vocal harmonies. The rhythm is solely responsible for all the dynamics and grooves, which are more than necessary in the compositions like these. Moon Landing proved once again that he’s one of the most creative artists on the contemporary indie/alternative scene who knows how to assemble a perfectly balanced, mesmerizing, ear-appealing songs. A Lack Of Natural Light is available on all streaming platforms.