Jimi Charles Moody’s “The Woman” expresses the degradation of his soul. Not just weary as in past releases but worn away by a nameless heartbreaker, the singer bears his torment for those willing to lend an ear. It’s a transparent record from an artist who has yet to reveal his true identity.
The production carries forth the central element of Moody’s first two tracks. Solemn pianos lead a pack of marching kicks, seething violins, and brief guitar riffs. Whereas “Other Man” and “Blue Honey” both struck a nostalgic nerve, the mood here is the result of unpleasant loneliness. Jimi combats the crippling grief that follows the departure of a loved one.
Stream the single below, and stay tuned for what’s to come.