What’s “Moonmolt”? Daniel Robinson (@leinadrobinson) Explains It All!



Buffalo NY singer Daniel Robinson always seizes the unexpected and unique in his songs, and his latest, “Moonmolt”, is likely one of his best yet, holding promise for his upcoming album Truant.  “Moonmolt” breezes along with a very 80s bright electro-Britpop kind of melody (which reminds me of UK group China Crisis ca. 1984) with optimistic lyrics that resonate and hold a bit of the unknown over your head (“let it change me, until I’m not myself”).  While the song is sometimes awash with synths, Daniel’s vocal has a raw, edgy appeal that comes out in the song’s simplest moments.  And that simplicity combined with the complexity of the lyrics is what will attract you to the music of Daniel Robinson.  Listen below and pick it up on iTunes (for $.69 while it lasts!).

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