moonsea’s debut single Lullabye is about the kind of heartbreak where you have no one to blame but yourself. It’s that sinking feeling when you know you let the person you love slip through your fingers and there’s nothing you can do to prevent it. You replay all the conversations in your head, trying to find something you could have said or done to make them stay. But in the end, it’s just you and your broken heart.
Lullabye starts with a brooding piano motif that alternates between surges of euphoric symphony orchestra. This takes the listener from the sober reality of loss to the wildest fantasies of what-if. The song then transitions into lush, cinematic, vulnerable pop that’s full of surprises.