Is Henry Moodie on your radar? If not, it’s time to broaden your horizons because rising UK pop sensation Henry Moodie just dropped his latest single ‘closure,’ and it’s a game-changer. Henry is truly an artist you don’t want to miss out on. Don’t just take our word for it. Amazon Music has named him among the Artists To Watch in 2023. He’s already amassed an impressive 150 million streams from just four releases and supported Mimi Webb and Lauren Spencer Smith on tour. And with his latest release, great things are to come. So it’s time to join the Henry Moodie fan club, and what better way to start than delving into his latest release, ‘closure.’
Henry’s latest single pulls at our hearts as he flips the script on the usual narrative surrounding the topic of closure. Most songs explore the pain of being hurt by a past love. His fresh take on this topic sets Henry apart as he sings, “When things fall apart, there’s not always a reason.”
The lyricism in the song truly hits home because, well, it’s true. As time goes by, people change, and sometimes, you don’t need to categorize every change – it’s natural. With his soothing vocals riding over a beat that gradually builds momentum, you can practically feel Henry chasing that ‘closure’ as he is ready to embrace the next chapter of life.
It’s Both Sentimental And Inspirational
Before we jump into the fun music video, we want to explore the fundamental message of this song. Within the lyrics, Henry reflects on finding reasons why a relationship ended. Among the sentimentally spaced across the track, it’s still inspirational as Henry understands losing a lover doesn’t mean he is lost forever.
It’s more the struggle of moving on from someone good, creating excuses because it would make things easier. This song resonates with everyone who has let go of good people and moved forward. It’s a reminder that your chase for ‘closure’ is just as valid as anyone else’s.
The Insanely Beautiful ‘closure’ Music Video
When Heartstopper, Stranger Things, and Wednesday collide, the ‘Closure’ music video is born. The cinematic sci-fi-inspired music video features Bel Priestley and Olive Gray. The video celebrates queer love and shows a heartwarming story of two love interests in different universes where fantasy and reality collide. It’s all our favorite people, and we can’t stop pressing replay. It also acts as part one of Henry’s upcoming short film trilogy, so we’ve turned on our notifications anticipating part 2.
What To Look Foward To Now Henry Moodie Is On Your Radar
Replaying ‘closure’ is great, but we’re now craving the live experience. Lucky for us, in 2024, Henry is embarking on a UK and EU headline tour kicking off in Hamburg and closing at London’s KOKO. We’re crossing our fingers to be there! And, if you can’t wait till 2024, no worries. You can catch Henry performing at London’s legendary Wembley Arena as part of Korea on Stage in November this year. So basically, it’s the perfect time to add Henry to your Stan list.
Get your tickets to see Henry Moodie on tour here!
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