Reviews and Press
From the first cut “Always Something” to the last, “Never Fade”, we have tracks expertly written for piano keys (not your typical E Minor diatonic material) which it’s a blessing within this black and white metal canvas. The aforementioned “Always Something” has a 6/8 time signature and a descending bass line over an elegant piano motif. With that harmonic and rhythmic foundation, you need a vocalist that delivers in a fashionable manner, and yes she does
'The first song of the album 'Always Something' is a real ear opener and plays its qualities perfectly in this position. One becomes curious about the CD. The song is knit around a repetitive piano theme, which unfolds its powerful effect in a simple but hypnotic manner over the four minutes. In general, Moran's presence as a pianist through the whole (!) Album is very noticeable (you can hear the solo part in 'Short Time Happiness')
'One of the most exciting songs on the album that feels like Moran's inner world is pouring between words and sounds is the song Black Swan. This is a song I didn't know before listening, unlike most of the other songs, and accompanied me long after I finished listening. The soft refrain alongside the painful piano, the chorus sounds that feel like a ghost chasing the song, all together create an exciting feeling that fills the listener magic'