Dylan Hartigan Stretches The Moment With Inspired New Song, "Moonlight"
By: Illumination PR
"Word for word, breath for breath, it's a reenactment of the moment. I fell in love in a Brooklyn loft apartment. I had coffee bean curtains I had stolen from a coffee roastery nearby that formed orange crescent moons on my sheets when the sun hit them each morning. As she lay on my bed, with nothing but a million crescent moons on her body to keep her warm, I wasn't sure whether I should wake her up and tell her "I love you" or just stretch the moment for as long as I could. To this day I'm still not sure if I made the right decision."
Moonlight is the latest single from Dylan's upcoming album, "The Way My Bones Creak," co-produced by Grammy-nominated producer Bobby Holland (ZZ Ward, Kesha, Drake White) and singer/songwriter Maggie Rose, expected to release in late 2021.
ABOUT DYLAN HARTIGAN
Dylan Hartigan's soul-warming vocals resonate a feeling of being at one with nature and self as he shares a vulnerability in songs with distinctive Americana-inspired indie-folk melodies and thought-provoking lyrics. Hailing from a small, serene town in New Jersey, 30 minutes from the fast-paced urban setting of New York City, Dylan was raised in a family of musicians who played for nothing other than the love of music. Dylan says that "music is something my family has built happiness on. I grew up surrounded by love every second music was on.
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