Rick Moon has released two very different EPs in his career as a singer and songwriter. The first, 2012's Tired of Sleeping, showcased his ability to write catchy, upbeat songs without selling out or succumbing to cheap tricks. With slick production and beautiful lyricism, Tired of Sleeping gave many listeners reason to believe Moon was on his way to big things. But then life got in the way. In between Tired of Sleeping and his second EP, Cottage Scenes, he became addicted to drugs. It was a bleak and terrifying chunk of his life, one that saw him wandering through the streets of Overtown, searching for his next fix. But Moon, with the help of friends and music, pulled his life together. And from the ashes of his addiction, he created Cottage Scenes, a seven-track journey through despair, hopelessness, heartache, and, finally, survival. Moon wrote Cottage Scenes as part of his recovery process. The EP's title track, "Overtown," was written from a rehab facility New Year's Eve in Delray Beach. He has remained active since Cottage Scenes and is teasing a new album on his Facebook page. Wherever it falls on the spectrum between Tired of Sleeping and Cottage Scenes, we wait eagerly to hear what Moon has to say next.