BLACKBOOK PREMIERE: Trippy New Wendy Bevan Track ‘Love From the Moon’

Image by Matt Colombo

We’ve not been shy about our love for Wendy Bevan, Brit singer, multimedia artists and new gothic goddess – whose EP Sweet Dedication we introduced here last May.

Her latest single “Love From the Moon,” which BlackBook premieres here, marries a stark, retro-electro beat with ethereal synth washes and a dreamy, psychedelic “Summer of Love” vibe. Indeed, her lyrics are full of trippy pronouncements like “Stole the beat of my heart with your light” and “Wish I could take love from the moon.” The stunning track manages to sound both epic and intimate at once.

It’s the first song from her upcoming EP, the similarly titled, Love to the Moon, out May 12 on Kwaidan Records / !K7 Records. We can’t wait.

 

 

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