Rising trio Moodshift is catching red hot attention once again. Their newest single “What About My Love” is out now alongside a vibrant new music video starring Stockholm-based model Emma Frisdell.
“What About My Love” follows their debut release a bit back in August called “Chemistry.” Diving right into freshly minted house tones and a deeply desirable vocal, the track embodies everything popular about dance music right now. Fitting right into the scene’s current vibe whilst still standing out in its unique energy, “What About My Love” is a fresh new addition to the group’s growing discography. A feel-good tune from start to finish, the highly-anticipated follow-up from Moodshift is sure to be a certified dance floor filler, primed for those long nights out post-lockdown.
“This was one of those songs we made a million different versions of. Going back and forth trying absolutely everything. We knew it had something, but it felt like we couldn’t figure out what we had to do to make this song work. At one point we put the track to the side for a while to take a break and it wasn’t until we played it for some friends and seeing their reactions did we realize that the first version we ever did was the one! Sometimes that’s just what you gotta do, break everything down and try everything before you understand it’s already there.
The song is basically about drifting away from someone you love and trying to hold on and ultimately asking the question “What about my love, wasn’t it enough”? The whole vibe of the song feels very melancholic yet very big and is definitely a direction people can expect from us moving forward.” – Moodshift
Upping the ante of excitement surrounding this new release is the trio’s brand-new music video. Opening up with a disoriented girl awakening alone in a forest, this visual appendage sets a striking scene that unfolds from there. Stylishly clad in a red leather jumpsuit and knit hat, VOGUE featured model Emma Frisdell traverses her way throughout the depths of the woods, seemingly driven by a strong force.
She falls down but gets back up again, as the force pulling her is stronger and determined to get her to her destination. Stumbling upon what can only be described as a mood shifting portal into a different reality, viewers are teleported into a technicolor dreamland. A perfectly-executed visual companion piece to the track, the music video effortlessly depicts the sonic journey behind “What About My Love,” not to mention additional tracks in the Moodshift universe.
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