Lemon the Moon

Format: CD
Release Date: 12/31/2025
Availability: Pre-Order

Lemon the Moon features Nitai Hershkovits's long-time collaborators -- drummer Amir Bresler, who played in Avishai Cohen's trio, along with Nitai, and bassist Or Bareket. Like in his previous albums, Nitai teams with Rejoicer (Yuvi Havkin) to produce this ten- track braid of music; an abundance of musical terrains ranging from the cinematic Invite Me, Dance through the exploratory Bridge Under Water and marbling Ethio-Jazz Bonfire Wiggle to the mischievous Goat, the listener finds proof of true teamwork. Pianist and composer Nitai Hershkovits has been described as a Genuine prodigy by BBC music. He is a charismatic performer with an incredibly strong voice and musical vision. His dynamic playing crosses boundaries and genres thanks to a light, elegant touch that conveys a full spectrum of deep emotions and contrasts. Nitai is an exception as a musician having done the opposite of what most do: he studied jazz as a foundation and came into classical later. This unique combination emboldens his eclectic playing style. Reminiscent of a silky-toned old piano swinger such as the late Hank Jones (The Guardian), intertwining bliss and melancholy with skillful freedom.

1. Invite Me, Dance
Length: 04:15
2. Lemon the Moon
Length: 03:20
3. Bridge Under Water
Length: 03:54
4. Far Picture of Bresi
Length: 05:19
5. Thin White Curtain
Length: 03:44
6. Bonfire Wiggle
Length: 03:58
7. Witch Is Which (feat. Rejoicer)
Length: 03:12
8. Amelia Heals
Length: 03:01
9. Goat
Length: 03:19
10. Hangontree
Length: 03:15
Album Details
Disc Count: 1
Total Length: 37:17
UPC: 767522779820