Toronto-based singer-songwriter Jen Moon has a new piece in the name of “You”. Drawing inspiration from her own experiences and those of some of her friends, the singer takes the perspective of someone who is nursing a heartbreak.
About the song, she says, “I wrote this song to illustrate the emotions and thoughts someone has during those types of experiences, and to show what it’s like when someone feels they’ve been wronged and betrayed. I also wanted to show how in some circumstances, no matter how much one may resent and hate another in the moment, they can also feel defeated knowing that we still care for them.“
Guided by a soft piano, Jen bares her heart to the listener. Simply, “You” is so affecting.
The track is one of the eight on the singer’s new album, Moonology.