The tender track, written with his best friend Tony Davia of Younger Hunger and produced by Masterblock Warrior, is about holding nothing back when it comes to repairing a damaged relationship or friendship, “lunar light” beams raw emotion and highlights Mikey’s vast and intricate vocal prowess.
Of the new single, Mikey says, “when I wrote ‘lunar light’ I was in a weird spot in my life. I was reflecting upon past relationships and I started to think about the hypocrisy of many of the sorrys that I had said in the past. At the time, I was making a lot of mistakes and just expecting people to forgive me.”
“I don’t make mistakes anymore,” he jokes, before admitting, “my apologies had become empty promises. This song is about being willing to go to any lengths to fix what I had done.”
The release follows “moving slow,” (CLICK HERE to listen/stream) the emotionally charged debut single from the SPACEBOY EP. Aimed to capture the spirit of the underdog, “moving slow” encourages self-confidence and patience and is laced with atmospheric synths curled around rattling beats and iridescent production. Mikey also released a stripped back version of the track for his SPACEBOY SESSION – PRESS HERE to watch.
Additionally, Mikey recently covered Kid Cudi, his biggest inspiration, with a rendition of “Erase Me” – CLICK HERE to listen/watch.