This year, I discovered a Canadian duo whose song “Picnic On The Moon” has completely captivated me, and I’m thrilled to share it with you. This track stands out as a unique addition to any playlist and is sure to become a favorite that you’ll eagerly share with everyone you know.

“Honest” is the perfect word to describe this song, which deserves global recognition. The vocals are enchantingly captivating, and the recording quality adds an intriguing dimension. The instrumental arrangement is superbly crafted, with excellent production and mixing that elevate the overall listening experience.

Fionn, the talented duo behind this track, excels not only in vocal melodies but also in crafting meaningful lyrics that leave a lasting impression. Dive into “Picnic On The Moon” and enjoy every moment—don’t forget to spread the joy by sharing it with your friends!

After struggling to find their place in the industry, “Picnic On The Moon” was born out of an existential crossroads, “I wrote ‘Picnic on the Moon’ at a strange point in my life. It goes without saying, we all ended up in situations that differed from our expectations back in 2020. For me that meant a full time job in childcare that I had never anticipated for myself as live music and shows became non-existent. I was immensely frustrated with this reality as I had always dreamed my twenties would be filled with touring and traveling. Like many, I fell into periods of intense depression. I believed my dreams were crumbling to dust,” Brianne shared.

“As the months went by, I slowly started to surrender and appreciate the little things that brought me joy on the daily. I give a lot of credit to the kids as they helped me to see the mundane from a childlike and exciting point of view. At the same time I was falling deeply in love with my partner of three years, the isolation brought us much closer together – we made our own fun, almost building our own world together. What really tied the song together was one of the imaginative children I was working with. Every day he would point at the sky and ask if we could go have a ‘Picnic On the Moon’. The phrase stuck with me as it brought such a beautiful image to my mind.”