Emerging artist Geo Moon talks about his upcoming new single entitled “We Vibe”. And the least we can say is that it will put you into an electrifying musical moment.
“We Vibe” unveils a universe between rap and metal. It creates strong hardcore energy. We love that feeling and we are never tired of it.
The rock vibes from the early 90s. The track is really creative as we can also hear the modern and actual types of sounds.
On August 7th, 2020 he will release the autobiographical new single “We Vibe.”
Pre Save “We Vibe” right now and see you below to discover our conversation with Geo Moon.
1. Tell us about the song? And what’s the story behind it?
‘’We vibe’’ is an autobiographical song that touches the topic of unfulfilled love among a man and a woman. In our story, the man recognizes that there is a great vibe among them (thus the title) however the woman does not. He tries to approach her in any possible way however she is unable to see what these two people can be because she is confused and trapped in her need for luxury. Consequently, this need drives her to be in a relationship with a rich and married guy making her the third person in that relationship. It’s unfortunate that she doesn’t even love him and even worst she is unable to recognize it as her need for luxuries (which the man provides) is really strong. In the end, she ended up hurt and bursting in substances to forget while our main character found his way and pure love away from this woman.
The lyrical content is structured on three levels :
Verses are the thoughts of the man (level 1) which leads to inner dialogue with his spirit guide (level 2) and the choruses display an imaginary monologue from the man to the woman. All the things he wanted to say but he didn’t.
2. What makes your music unique? And how would you describe it?
The main factor that makes my music unique it the process I follow.
I love to create hybrid productions by incorporating Rocky Guitar Riffs, Hip Hop Verses with strong and melodic Choruses mixed with Electronic synthesizers.
If you would like me to use labels, I would say that the type of music I make can fit into a few subgenres of the Rock family. Some of them including Rap Metal, Rap-Rock, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Electronic Metal, Electronic Rock, Industrial, and Nu Metal.
3. Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of?
I’m most proud of myself for the present moment. I’m awake and more focused than ever. My last single ‘’Bring it On’’ has got almost 40k on Spotify and this is a reflection of my work. Looking back to the past, I’m really proud of moving to London. I was scared to death to leave my comfort zone however I did it. You see, Greece countryside where I grew up does not support the kind of music I make, so I had no other choice but to move where my fans are. I see myself moving to Los Angeles in a couple of years as well. All the American bands have been my main influences and my music resonates in the American culture more than the British one. At least this is what I think so. We’ll find out soon.
4. How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends, or work?
At the minute I have no family obligations and I intend to keep it that way. Kids and wife require attention you see. I’m more driven than ever and focused on body, mind, and spirit on my musical works. Since I wake up till I go to bed, I only do activities that are steps towards my end goal. It doesn’t look very balanced, does it? hahaha
5. What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
It sounds cliché but: PRACTISE, PRACTISE, PRACTISE. Either it is guitar, Piano, vocals, songwriting, or Production. My advice would be: ‘Attack’ that thing that you love and be prepared for a lot of crap music during your first steps, which is something normal and fine. It takes away the pressure for perfection which most of us creatives have. You start small and you build on it. You start bad and you become good along the way. It is as simple as that. If one acknowledges that it is fine not to be good (at the beginning of their journey) it prevents a lot of disappointment as well.
And in the end, who am I to argue when you have AC/DC explaining it perfectly in one sentence?
‘’It’s a long way to the top If you want Rock and Roll’’
6. If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
I wish love and abundance to you all and thank you from the depths of my heart for supporting my work. Without you, I would not be where I am today. When my musical works and lyrical content resonates with you, you make my soul glow. I promise you that You’ll continue having 150 % effort from me when it comes to new releases.
7. What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?
There is an animation video being created for “ We Vibe’’ as we speak and more releases to follow. I tend to release a song every 5-6 weeks so as to continually provide fresh content. So, expect another new song from me around the 7th of September. It’s going to be a Rap-Rock mix (a bit different than ‘’We Vibe”) with a great rapper featuring. I have the production ready from now however, more info will be given when the time comes.