Moonrise Nation 'Glamour Child'
Moonrise Nation are a folk influenced indie trio. Showcasing songs from their upcoming debut album ‘Glamour Child’ at Hollywood’s Hotel Café, the three girls charmed Los Angeles with their harmonies and multi-instrumentalist talents, and moving song themes.
My favourite song of theirs was ‘Snow,’ a song all about their hometown Chicago. This song containted the groups’ best harmonies in the whole night, as well as sisters Eva and Arden’s string solos on the violin and cello making it a song of beauty.
Fairweather Friend, Seasick, Demo Day were other songs performed from the upcoming album, clearly showcasing a consistent high quality throughout the album we cannot wait to hear. ‘Teach Me How’ was another moving piece, where Arden took the lead in singing a song about loss.
The group also performed a cover of Talking Heads’ ‘This Must Be The Place,’ before finishing the set on their title track ‘Glamour Child.’ Moonrise Nation have described this song to be a rebellion against the stereotypical love song. The melody of this song hugely stands out, their very distinct sound being prominent in this.
We also caught them perform Glamour Child with BalconyTV earlier on in the day, Moonrise Nation proving they can cater a moving set to any setting, be it in a venue or a more personal gig!
Check out Glamour Child here and be sure to catch their new album released on the 28th of this month!
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