CC Honeymoon, the moniker of Ashton Preston, has returned with a gripping new single, ‘Make It Right’.
The latest offering from the London-based artist is a powerful number with a distinctive synth-pop style, depicting how internalised insecurities can tear apart relationships, and a lover’s last bid attempt to convince their partner to stay. Check it out below.
On the single, Preston offered: “It’s from the point of view of the person being left. Asking for one more night with their partner thinking they would get closure and potentially stop them from leaving.
“I wrote and recorded this song in my bedroom over the winter, whilst I went through a period of being a bit of a hermit not wanting to go out or socialise, I was quite “in my own head” during this time and think that spills into this track. I wanted to write a song about how I think everyone internalises their emotions a lot when they’re in a relationship, obsessing over how the other person feels, are they keen on me, do they love me? Do they have doubts? Are they cheating? Constantly second-guessing the partner due to our own insecurities. When in reality everything could be fine and they’re happy, it could just be you that has the problem.”
Catch CC Honeymoon live at the following UK dates:
April 24th – Nation of Shop Keepers – Leeds
April 27th – Test Pressing festival – London
May 4th – Dingwalls (supporting First Hate and Lust for Youth) – London
May 11th – White Rabbit – Brighton (Great Escape Festival)