South for Winter, a Kiwi act now rooted in Nashville, drops a haunting murder ballad, Underneath the Blood Moon, blending gothic country and indie-folk. The track echoes the historical oppression of women through psychiatric manipulation from the 1800s-1900s. Lead vocalist Dani Stone, a nurse by day, was moved to create this piece by the cruel treatment of women during that era. The dark folk and americana vibes, drawing from Delta Rae, Colter Wall, The Civil Wars, and Goodnight Texas, add depth to the instrumentation and production, painting an eerie soundscape to match the chilling narrative.