Canadian group Jade The Moon feel “Awkward”!
In a world full of doubt, uncertainty, and fear, Jade The Moon revel in the outlet and freedom in making unapologetic music. Their unique and sonically adventurous sound constitute a collection of songs the group best describes as ‘musical photographs’.
It can be a moment in time turned dance party, a true story turned love song, and a daydream turned eerie. It’s an Anti-Pop lullaby, a real-world inspiration. Their new song “Awkward” is an infectious pop anthem with relatable, witty lyrics.
Toronto/Vancouver based Jade The Moon is excited to announce “11:11”. The sophomore offering from the band set for release fall 2019. “11:11” is the follow up of the groups self-produced 2015 debut release “Habits And Hinderance” sees the continued theme of cycles in human nature. The record differs from the last in that the group for the first time has collaborated with other producer/songwriters. Colin Munroe, Adam King and Nathan Ferraro who add a special blend of production and pop influence to the bands experimental alternative sound.
The band agrees that although it’s a never ending process, the sound is certainly more focused on “11:11” and feel the two years between records has really strengthened the songwriting. When asked the standard questions about influences etc. Benjamin Thomas (Guitar/keys) says “this is a collection of honest songs and it’s been such a pleasure searching for the combination of our individual influences that range from classics like Janis Joplin to modern indie darlings like Lykkk Li (on the vocal side of things) and Phantogram sonically. We’ve all written about these topics in the past, but this time collectively the ideas are presented on a much more ‘human’ level’.
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