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SONG PREMIERE: MINOR MOON, “IT’S OKAY”

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Chicago-based Minor Moon’s “It’s Okay” is a song that would be well placed on your rainy day playlist. A dreary vibe shrouds the song in the form of dancing keys, airy harmonies, and spacey reverb from front to back.

“It’s Okay” follows the story of a disenchanted person – in this case, singer/songwriter Sam Cantor – dealing with the oversaturation and blatantly rampant commercialism of our society. A jaded view on everything surrounding us, from the grocery store to the city streets.

“I can be very cynical and take a dark view of things,” Cantor says, “but that cynicism is rooted so much in a desire for hope and for a better world – you have to acknowledge the pain of that cynicism.”

There are shimmers of hope in the song; bleak as they may be. Telling yourself “it’s okay” until you actually believe it, hoping others are experiencing what you are, that you’re not alone. Just the simple solace of knowing what you’re going through, all the millions of thoughts running through your head, isn’t uncommon, and that brings you comfort.

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