Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
The lyrics of Penny Roox’s new single, House On The Moon, are so meaningful. They express a desire that we all feel at some point in our lives – the desire to take away someone’s sorrow and make them feel better.
But what are the implications of this desire? What if we can’t take away someone’s sorrow? What if they don’t want our help? These are tough questions, and they’re the kind that Penny tackles in her song. It’s a powerful meditation on the limitations of love and the ways we try to help those we hold dear.
The instrumentation is what sets House On The Moon apart from other songs in the genre. There are no big, dramatic crescendos; it’s all very subtle and understated. But that’s what makes it so powerful. It sinks deep into your subconscious and lingers there long after the song is over.