Last year, Moonchild (Amber Navran, Andris Mattson, and Max Bryk) released their fifth studio album ‘Starfruit’ which was nominated for Best Progressive R&B Album at the 2023 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Bringing together a host of beautiful melodies and personal lyrics, Moonchild’s most recent LP ‘Starfruit’ beholds offerings from Lalah Hathaway, Alex Isley, Tank and The Bangas, Rapsody, Ill Camille, Mumu Fresh, Chantae Cann and Josh Johnson. Across ‘Starfruit’ , ‘Little Ghost’ , ‘Voyager’ , ‘Please Rewind’  and ‘Be Free’ , Moonchild have received press accolades from Pitchfork, Clash Magazine, NPR, SoulBag, NME Magazine, Wordplay Magazine, HYPEBEAST, Stereofox, Paste Magazine, Vinyl Factory, The Fader, Complex, Okayplayer, UPROXX, Billboard, France Inter, Rated R&B and Soul Bounce.
Alongside their GRAMMY nomination, Moonchild have charted on the Billboard’s genre charts and been named Soul Act of the Year by Jazz FM. The group have also seen a huge amount of radio support from BBC Radio 1’s Clara Amfo, Sian Eleri and Phil Taggart; BBC 1Xtra’s Jamz Supernova andEmmavie; Jamie Cullum (BBC Radio 2); BBC 6Music’s Gilles Peterson, Cerys Matthews, Mary Anne Hobbs, Don Letts, Tarzsa Williams; Children Of Zeus (NTS); Marshmello (NTS); across KCRW (Anthony Valadez, Morning Becomes Eclectic, Anne Litt, Raul Campos, Scott Dallavo, Ro Contreras); Bandcamp Weekly; Erica McKoy (Worldwide FM); Ashley Beedle; Asya Shein (Fusicology); Huw Stephens (BBC Radio Wales), Late Nights (Triple J) and playlisting on BBC 6Music and Jazz FM.
Moonchild have collaborated and toured with highly respected names from across music including Kamasi Washington, Stevie Wonder, The Internet, Jill Scott and built up a host of iconic supporters from Robert Glasper (who has collaborated with Amber on his own projects) and Laura Mvula to James Poyser, Jazzy Jeff, 9th Wonder and Tyler, The Creator