Moa Bones’ “Nowhere Land” is a perfect example of the blending of different styles to create something truly unique. The warm indie folk banjos and ukuleles, combined with the cumbia style percussions, create an exotic summer sound that is both engaging and soothing. The song is a perfect addition to any summer playlist and is sure to be a hit with fans of indie folk and world music.
Moa Bones, an indie folk songwriter, just released his forthcoming album May 12th, 2023. The second single from the album, “Nowhere Land,” features warm banjo and ukulele sounds blended with cumbia style percussions. The song radiates exotic summer vibes, inspired by legends such as Mumford and Sons and Milky Chance.
Warm Indie Folk Sounds
Moa Bones’ “Nowhere Land” is a perfect blend of warm indie folk sounds. The song starts with a ukulele sound, joined later by a banjo. The two instruments blend beautifully, creating a mellow atmosphere that is both inviting and soothing. The instruments are played expertly, with each note perfectly timed, and the melodies perfectly crafted.
Cumbia Style Percussions
The cumbia style percussions in “Nowhere Land” are another highlight of the song. They are lively and upbeat, providing an energetic contrast to the mellow sounds of the ukulele and banjo. The percussions are also played expertly, with each rhythm perfectly timed to create a dynamic and engaging soundscape.
Moa Bones is a multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter from Athens (GR). Spinning from indie folk to alt rock he has released 3 albums until now, from which his sophomore one, titled “Spun”, was warm welcomed by citics and audience. From that era, his song “Hey” features now on Netflix’s Maestro tv series.
Moa Bones brand nu album, is coming out on October 2023. Recorded during pandemic and lockdowns, it’s his most multi-culti work so far. Oscillating between guitars and synths, remembrance and longing, the album reflects an existential journey from solitude to unity
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