Loved by many, European duo Moving Heroes have burst back onto the scene with the release of their new single, ‘Yesterday’. A bold and intense pop/rock track, it’s available to stream and download here.
With strong and intense synths and vocals that will stir the very heart of you, ‘Yesterday’ is the perfect return track for the duo, which comprises cousins Elan and Jenier. The lyrics, by Jenier, are delivered expertly by lead vocalist Elan, as they tell a message of forgetting the past and instead moving forward. The ideal song for the end of yet another challenging year.
Their lyrics will stir up compassion and fire in even the coldest of hearts, such as those below:
“Life is just between the devil and the deep-deep sea
Oh, catch the magic wind when you keep your fantasy
You see, you see and sing…
Shut up and sing, shut up and sing!
Yesterday – forget your yesterday!”
While the new release will be a nostalgic treat for Moving Heroes’ existing fans who’ve been long waiting for the pair to release new music, ‘Yesterday’ is feisty enough with a relevant and relatable message that new fans will also grab hold of.
Cousins Elan and Jenier first started making music together in Hamburg way back in 1998, when they were still only 12 years old. They found that they were naturals when it came to writing songs and performing, and so soon after they were invited by a talent show judge to record in a professional studio. Their debut album, ‘Golden Times’, went gold in 2008, and saw them signed to Sony Music, and they also attracted the attention of music industry legends such as Keith Olsen, best known for his work with Michael Jackson, Whitesnake, Scorpions, and Imagine Dragons, as well as Dieter Bohlnen, who works as their executive producer. Their second album, ‘Born To Win’, was released in 2009, and spawned their biggest hit to date, ‘Crazy’.
Moving Heroes have toured all over the world, released a DVD, and even had a star in Orion’s Belt named after them! They write all their own songs, examining deep themes about fighting for and aspiring to reach their goals – topics which everyone can relate to, and which have won them many fans over the years. It’s a welcome return, and ‘Yesterday’ should mark the start of a great 2023.