Henry Moodie’s intensely personal pop journey takes another twist on new single ‘closure’.
Out now, the single deals with empower, and the thrill of finding like-minds in your peer group. Lyrically, it’s Henry Moodie at his most honest, charting a transformative period in his life.
Melodically direct, it’s imbued with a real sense of purpose, his assertive vocal allowing each word to drive its point home.
Further sign of his rise, ‘closure’ has a sense of maturity to it, a real coming-of-age for its maker.
‘closure’ comes equipped with a stellar video, one that dips into London’s underground queer club scene. Directed by Samuel Douek, it was filmed in a 19th century London pumping station with a host of actors from the LGBTQ+ community.
Co-starring Heartstopper’s very own Bel Priestley, you can check it out below.
Catch Henry Moodie on tour next Spring, including a headline show at London’s KOKO on March 29th.