The duo of Moss & Eternia are back at it again with a powerful single titled Day & Night. Built on a solemn guitar riff and rolling militant type drums, Moss provides the perfect sonic backdrop for Eternia’s thought provoking personal narrative. The video directed by Ian Johnson reinforces the message being passed, he deals with dark hues, visual layers with a very ethereal feel but keeps it simple all the way. Brilliant stuff. The song is off Moss’s Lp “Marching to the Sound of My Own Drum

Get the AUDIO HERE and the LP HERE


After 5 years since their Juno nominated full-length debut on Fat Beats Records,Eternia & MoSS return with Day & Night. Featured on MoSS’s album “Marching to the Sound of My Own Drum”, MoSS provides a hypnotizing and haunting sonic backdrop as Eternia struggles between spirit and flesh in her signature soul-excavating style.“Day & Night” explores the war going on inside every person, for “what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do” (St. Paul). The outcome of the battle is left unknown, as Eternia’s chorus prays, “Don’t let the sun set on me…” 

Director Ian Johnson cinematically explores themes of darkness vs. light, lust, and the multiplicity of one being. The visuals, as hypnotizing as MoSS’s production, also pays homage to MoSS’s psychedelic classic rock musicality in the coloring, editing, and aesthetic styling.

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