Moses Sumney – “Quarrel”

blame it on Patrick Glynn August 10, 2017

We’ve seen how well Moses Sumney can blend his voice into production on songs like “Everlasting Sigh” and “Lonely World.” They often play out layered and gorgeous, and so is the case with his new song, “Quarrel.”

The song — the fourth released from his upcoming Aromanticism project following “Doomed,” “Lonely World” and “Plastic” — follows Sumney’s sentiment that the complications he’s facing in relationship are more than just a “lover’s quarrel.” His lush voice settles over vary jazz production from Cam, which change pace and tone throughout the experience.

Listen to “Quarrel” below, and pre-order Aromanticism on iTunes.