Aurelia x Icarus Moth Rallies The Crowd With ‘OUT4BLOOD’ 

Blood is a part of we are as creatures of this planet. It plays a huge role as to why we are all living and breathing. But as much as it, there’s this side to it that paints an eerily dark picture. One that’s filled with horror, violence and death; a complete departure of what blood does in the first place. Confusing yes, but if you examine both ideas they oddly fit in together.

But just like everything in our world, there are outliers. Not just for the sake being ‘different’ but because there’s another angle we should look at. In this case, it comes in the form of NYC based queer producer/ visual artist Aurelia and producer Icarus Moth’s latest song ‘OUT4BLOOD’. Released March 8th in all streaming platforms, it’s a hard hitting track that’s seeking radical change. An intense craving for a time where life was less complicated by technology and greed. If we were to summarize it “back to basics” would be most appropriate.

Although a tough ask especially in this generation. There’s an incredible level of maturity in Aurelia x Icarus Moth’s ‘OUT4BLOOD’ that we could all draw from. That is even with its fiery vocals, instrumentals and it’s tough as nails approach. It still manages to speak to audiences in place of love. Instead of chastising, it encourages us to stand up via the imageries and story presented. In a way, giving us that vote of confidence that everyone is good and or have the ability to make a change for the better. Hence joining forces to get back to a time where bloodshed isn’t as rampant and not the first option in order to forward a civilization.

Searching for some more Aurelia? If so, head on over to the official website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Tiktok, and Youtube accounts for more! While we’re all at it, let’s also show some love to Icarus Moth on his website, Insta, SoundCloud, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Happy spring everyone!

Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.
Illustrator and writer who loves music, arts and pop culture as a whole.

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