A Song For Every Moon

The debut album from Bruno Major was based on a monthly release schedule. The artwork is a hand-drawn representation of the twelve Gregorian months which encircle a globe as it orbits the sun. Each symbol is an original, instinctive representation from a northern European point of view. January, the grid. June, the high sun. September, new directions. November, memory and projection. And so on...

A slice accompanied each single with its release date in code before the whole album was revealed on CD and 12” Vinyl featuring full credits on the back and lyrics in a concentric layout on the inner wallet. The symbols on the disc labels line up with their song’s lyrics, as they ought to.

The design spent a fair while in the public eye, from targeted streaming advertisements to high street billboards and even a tattoo or two.