A visual artist before she chased music, Moon's visual presentation has become a key element in defining herself as a unique presence in pop music. Many of her songs cover the insecurity felt meeting romance for the first time and struggles with self love and respect. In an interview with NZ Herald about her struggles with her mental health, Moon criticised music industry higher ups for perpetuating the toxic image of a "tortured artist" and instead offered that "music should be part of the healing process... it should come from a positive place, or a place of growth."
On her rapid growth as a song writer Moon details her process, "I used to write a lot about my friends and how they do things, but it was really important for me to start being a lot more sincere and blunt and honest with myself, because that's what I value the most in other artists."
Moon is currently working on her debut album due out late 2020, which is said to be her most personal and disarming release to date, and will draw from heavier hip hop and RnB influences.