Exploding out of Stockholm’s vibrant indie landscape, Jack Moy makes waves with “Outgrowing You,” a viscerally affecting collaboration with otherworldly-voiced siren Estherlivia. This lavishly layered track penetrates deep into the musical psychosphere and Moy’s fragmented psyche as he battles merciless inner demons.
Jack Moy’s gritty yet fragile vocals bear the cross of a man at war within, giving voice to raw truths about self-anesthesia and soul-deadening detachment. Estherlivia’s spectral soprano serves as an unearthly foil, their voices clashing and meshing unpredictably like a volatile affair, equally harmonic and hair-trigger combustible.
Fans of confessionalist savants like The National and Phoebe Bridgers will connect with Moy’s daringly transparent self-excavation. Yet his signature Scandinavian permafrost permeates the haunted vocals, glazing raw indie rock with cutting-edge chill.
By the finale’s gut-punch crescendo, as revelations swirl amidst vertiginous melodies, you’re drained but desperately craving more. This wrenchingly cathartic ride reflects life’s harsh rhythms, luring urgent repeated listens. Moy and Estherlivia’s creative chemistry also drips from each exquisitely resonant note of their fearlessly exposed plunge into the darkest warrens of the soul.