Rayvin Moon – Lazy Sad Jesus

Rayvin Moon is back, following her dark, alt-pop, cinematic track, “Tyler Durden”. Her new single, “Lazy Sad Jesus”, start with graceful harps, a single piano note, and a sample from a classic French film before diving right in with a rapid torrent of layered vocals. Rayvin Moon’s lyrics feel like stream-of-consciousness, but they’re grounded by a thumping beat, a lush sonic atmosphere, and a chorus that flies through the air before getting stuck in your head. The contrasting cinematic elements and heavy production blend together seamlessly in an alt-pop ode to self-salvation, proving that beauty is compatible with a fiery performance.


In her words:

Every single morning I think of the concepts of love, death, religion and loss; and how we as a human race need to wake up and not sleep through the revolution. The song really explores the concept of having faith in what we believe is our soul’s destiny and relying on our own flesh and blood to lead us to opulence of the mind and spirit.” -Rayvin Moon


Nathan Irving
Nathan Irving (aka Nate Flaks) is a writer for WFNM & 1/2 of the electronic indie-pop duo Sleeping Lion.