ZUSTRA is one of Berlin’s most promising newcomers, according to Rolling Stone. She presents Walking On The Moon, a fresh and ethereal new release. The almost cinematic structure emphasizes many creative components in the music. You’ll hear a plucking electric guitar, spherical synths, and drums as “big” as of the likes of Woodkid. With its unique sounds and bright singing, anyone who hears Walking On The Moon will be mesmerized.
“There are a few nihilistic meme pages on Instagram that I find hilarious. I wanted to incorporate this approach into writing and producing: Our thrownness into the world – and that this is also a bit absurd, we, seen from a geological perspective. Walking On The Moon is perfectly complemented by the music video of the Berlin director and fashion photographer Julian Paul: In it, ZUSTRA strolls through the Berlin Natural History Museum and explores our existence as a kind of Bowie’esque spectral creature with an underwater coiffure and a marble dress.
This song deserves the title of iconic. It’s a truly groundbreaking piece that takes the genre to a completely new level. Check it out below!