On 3rd September, Brighton singer Moya releases ‘Making Me Fall’, the standout track from her acclaimed debut album ‘Lost and Found’, out now on Four To One Records.
Concerning the pursuit of the perfect man, ‘Making Me Fall’ is a superior string-laden slice of intelligent pop. Its classic-sounding piano-led chorus and Moya’s euphoric vocals are layered with those of London singer Neil Thomas, a friend of producer David Blair-Oliphant, to allow the song to build into a soaring, addictive climax. “The male vocal really gives it an extra something,” says 21-year old Moya. “I like to think it reflects the connection you can have with someone you love.”
The stylish video, filmed by Dominic O’Riordan for Asylum Films (Lethal Bizzle, Ida Maria and Hadouken) shows Moya searching the East London streets for her elusive admirer, interspersed with a live performance recorded at the famous Shacklewell Arms.
Moya’s debut album ‘Lost & Found’, is out now. An eclectic collection of accomplished soul-pop featuring the ‘beautiful and slightly sinister’ title track ‘Lost and Found’, as well as the soulful ‘Technicolour,’ stunning ballad ‘Walk Away’ and previous single, ‘Telling Tales,’ an understated groove about finding and following your own path. Alongside releasing her debut album, Moya’s been busy making her festival debut at Meadowlands Festival, followed by a slot at Beach Break Live, with more shows confirmed throughout the summer.