Canadian alt-pop group, Jade The Moon is back with their sophomore release, 11:11, which is a collection of musical photographs capturing moments in time turned dance parties, love songs, and anti-pop lullabies.
11:11 is the follow up to the group’s self-produced 2015 release, Habits and Hindrance.
“This is a collection of very honest songs,” says guitarist and keyboardist Benjamin Thomas, “it combines our individual influences which range from Janis Joplin to Lykki Li and Smashing Pumpkins to Phantogram.”
Drummer, Jeremy Morgan continues,
“We’ve written about these topics in the past, but this time the ideas are presented on a‘ human’ level and the production really serves as support to the lyrics.”
Check out the video for their brand new single, “Fall For This” below and keep up to date with the band via their socials.
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