Art Pop Muse KILL J Unveils new single ‘MOON SICK’.
Critically acclaimed, art pop songstress KIll J has been working hard on her visionary debut album, which will be anticipated by a new single, ‘Moon Sick’, out today via Nettwerk Records.
Following her highly-anticipated new releases - the fiercely political ‘Strange Fruits of The Sea’, the powerful ‘Dead Weight Soldier’, the sugar-sweet ‘Silver Spoon’, and the recently released ‘Addicted’, the new single is the fifth offering from her forthcoming
debut album ‘Superposition’, released on 14th June.
Speaking on the track, Kill J explains:
“I was inspired by the multiverse theory within quantum mechanics. There as many universes as there are choices, for every choice we make, there
is a corresponding world. Somewhere there is a universe, where I´m
not an idiot and I am in a perfect relationship.”
Perfectly showcasing the artist “deliciously dramatic electronic pop that falls somewhere between a self-destructive swan song and a self-esteem boosting cheer”, ‘Moon Sick’is Kill J’s 3am slow
dance floor jam, a song that could easily be heard on the soundtrack of a Netflix’s darker
Steadily putting out an array of singles and EPs over the years, the singer-songwriter and producer hasalready gained a legion of fans including prestigious music media whilst receiving airplay from the likes of Huw Stephens and Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1, Mamiko Motto on NTS Radio and even
a spin on Zane Lowe’s Beats1, culminating in a live session from the BBC legendary Maida Valestudio for Huw Stephens. KIll J saw her early singles catapulted to No.1 spot on the
Hype Machine ‘Most Popular’ and ‘Twitter’ charts.
Kill J’s debut album ‘Superposition’, released on 14th June, evolves around the world of particle physics and scientific discoveries.
“I visited CERN -The European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, in preparation for this album. It was a mind-blowing
experience and I got so much inspiration”, explains Kill J before
concluding with her logic response to today’s chaos “because in the end,
only science will save us.”
Conformity has never been KIll J’s trademark, and Denmark’s “fiercest drone-pop mercenary” - as Stereogum dubbed her – never played by the rule book; and with her new body of work,
the charismatic artist again shows why she’s such a revealing musician in her own right with
the kind of releases that will again cement her reputation as one of Europe’s noteworthy
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KIll J - MOON SICK