“Now, I write to decipher the messy scribbles of life, and hope that others can find solace in that,” she said. “To me, music is all about truthful connection. When I sit at the piano, or pick up my guitar, there are infinite possibilities waiting for me.” -Presley Duyuck
Lyrically, Ell uses the analogy of being desensitized to the point that he is barely human anymore, instead he has become ‘digital’.
The song contains a positive, cheerful melody and enough drops for them to never feel overused or overwhelming, and it is an adequate song choice for a dance floor, a party, or to listen to in the car as the breeze hits your face…
The Mood have a lot going for them – they have created a multitude of singles, with five singles set to release 8 weeks prior to one another – this being their unforgettable debut.
“Muzzle training’s best listened to when you’re in one of your “me- versus-the-world’“ moods, when you’re on the pre-drinks drinks, surrounded by those you trust, those you go to gigs with, those you would lend a tenner to. Start the party, start the ruckus, start the ruckus-party!”
This gentle song will accompany you for when you feel low, a standing reminder that it’s okay to feel that way. A little painkiller for easing the heavy feelings too, if you will!