Little Ghost marks the return of LA-based trio Moonchild with their most thoughtfully crafted and complete
album to date. Led by singles “Too Much to Ask” and “Money”, the release sees multi-instrumentalists Amber Navran, Max Bryk and Andris Mattson channel boundless sonic energy as they explore some of the most personal aspects of what it is to be in love and to believe in who you truly are.
Opening track “Wise Women” sets the tone of the LP; with production, beats and lyrics coming from Navran as she offers hope to any woman who has ever felt undervalued or dismissed. Speaking of the influences behind the track, she adds; “Women are underestimated, especially women of colour. I think a wise woman, someone who’s dealt with and conquered that feeling, doesn’t wait for the opportunities to come to her. She re-invents the game, finds a way to be heard and helps normalise the image of a strong, badass, talented woman to the people who underestimate her and the women around her”.
With a unique style of alternative R&B, soul and new-school jazz that has cemented their spot in today’s music scene, Moonchild continue to intertwine lyrical concepts with expansive glistening melodies, harmonies and irresistible interludes. Taking its name from the most emotional of celestial bodies (in the eyes of the band), ‘Little Ghost’ follows the widely-praised ‘Voyager’ , ‘Please Rewind’  and ‘Be Free’ , notably Jazz FM named the band Soul Act Of The Year 2018.
The releases racking up 45 million streams on Spotify whilst the video for single “The List” has gained 7+ million views on YouTube. Moonchild have collaborated and toured with highly-respected names from across music including Kamasi Washington, Stevie Wonder, The Internet, Jill Scott, been compared to the likes of Tom Misch and Jordan Rakei and built up a host of iconic supporters from Robert Glasper (who collaborated with Navran on his latest release with R+R=Now) and Laura Mvula to James Poyser, Jazzy Jeff, 9th Wonder and Tyler, The Creator.