Spaces consists of four songs that deal with a break up Moyka went through last year. "The theme of this EP is mostly about the loss of a longterm love. It’s about losing both someones closeness and friendship, and how I’ve tried to fill in the spaces of what’s left of them. It's about trying to both look forward and move on from the heartbreak." The release of the EP is celebrated with lead track "Kanazawa (Maybe We Don’t Have To Go There)" The sweet but melancholic song is named after a city in Japan, and is a symbolic exploration of hopes and dreams lost when you lose the person you planned your future with. “When you’re together with someone you create all these wishes and dreams to go and see places together,” she says, “and when you break up, all those things just fall away. Kanazawa is a symbol of all these places and dreams that fell away.” The song’s muted synth drums and low vocal reflect its sweetly sad lyric.