Grace & Moji’s ‘Sad Times’ A Vibrant Ode to Self-Discovery and Healing

Grace & Moji, the dynamic indie pop duo, have returned with a fresh and invigorating track, “Sad Times.” This high-energy, uptempo song is more than just music; it’s a glimpse into their profound journey of self-discovery and healing, guided by the transformative power of ayahuasca. It’s a bold venture into themes of inner work, but Grace & Moji infuse it with a light-hearted touch, reminding us that self-awareness can be a vibrant dance of joy.


“Sad Times” is a standout in the world of pop music, possibly the only track about ayahuasca. The lyrics serve as a call to action for positive change, woven into a catchy chorus that’s bound to resonate with listeners. Lines like “I see visions / In the midnight hour / My spirit spoke and it blew my mind / Said my life’s a mess but I can turn it around” encapsulate the song’s message of empowerment and redemption. The track reflects Grace’s personal journey through dark periods of introspection, ultimately leading to growth and transformation. It’s a narrative that many can relate to, demonstrating that facing one’s shadow self can be painful, but ultimately leads to a better place.

“Sad Times” follows in the footsteps of their previous hits, showcasing Grace & Moji’s unique ability to address real-life experiences in an engaging and relatable manner. It offers a fresh perspective on personal growth, painting a vivid picture of the highs and lows, ultimately leaning into hope and the resilience of the human spirit. This song is set to be a major hit, available on all major streaming platforms. Grace & Moji’s ability to infuse their music with genuine emotion and relatable themes makes them stand out in the indie pop scene. “Sad Times” is not just a song; it’s an invitation to embark on a transformative journey through music.

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