Jeremiah Moon started taking cello lessons at the age of seven and began studying cello performance at Boston University. In 2013 he moved out to Seattle and started performing with guitarists. In 2018 he started working more seriously as a songwriter. His upcoming EP was recorded in a cabin in Florence, OR. The first single off that EP, "Kinds of Light," is more mainstream than you would expect from a classically trained cellist. I'm going to use the term "folk," but only because I don't truly have anything else. "Kinds of Light" is somehow more pop than I would have expected, and also more experimental. It's one of those songs that's starts off more standard and traditional but ends in what would be a noise rock breakdown if this wasn't cello based.
You can watch the video for "Kinds of Light" below. Sputnik will be released on Enci Records. For more on Jeremiah Moon, check out the artist's website.
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