Hunger Moon’s captivating new single rides the waves formed by the duo ’s 2018 debut single release ‘Oh Friend’, which garnered support from the likes of BBC Introducing and Rough Trade Records. The melancholy pop track ‘Patience’, is an expression of the internal battle songwriter Natalie Jenkins faced to leave a relationship that was, in her mind, already over.

Natalie explains,
“I knew things needed to change, but I didn’t anticipate the level of change to come. I didn’t want to cause hurt but had to learn to accept that I couldn’t become the right person. I had to have patience with myself and recognize that what I wanted was not mutual”.

Piano nuances paired with reverberating guitars are the vital elements that form the sonic canvas for Hunger Moon’s heartfelt vocal delivery and lyricism. Formed in the aptly named creative quarter of Birmingham in 2017 over a mutual infatuation with the late Jeff Buckley, the duo have since been likened to UK alt-pop acts such as London Grammar, Oh Wonder and Daughter
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With songwriting being a joint affair between the two, James Attwood and Natalie Jenkins are able to translate both euphoria and the extreme lows of the subject matter they are singing about.

SOURCE: Official Bio

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