Rayvin Moon’s ‘Lazy Sad Jesus’ is some wobbly, angst-fueled indie pop. She said the song “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.” Although autotune often render tracks unlistenable, here, it has a distinct stylistic purpose. Also, it’s done in a way that doesn’t completely destroy the human quality of her voice. The backing takes traditional pop tropes and reworks them into something unique. The unbalanced, erratic track wobbles behind Rayvin Moon’s altered voice creating a sense of uncertainty and grandiosity in the listener. Check out ‘Lazy Sad Jesus’ below!
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