Amoeba Hollywood - February 27th @ 6:00pm
Los Angeles trio Lo Moon celebrates their new self-titled debut album – coming out February 23rd on Columbia Records – with a live performance and album signing at Amoeba Hollywood Tuesday, February 27th at 6pm! Free & all-ages show.
"Shimmering, immersive and otherworldly... as intimate as it is anthemic." - NPR
Performing at The Teragram Ballroom on March 8th (KCRW presents).
To attend the signing and meet band after the show, purchase Lo Moon on CD or vinyl in-store only at Amoeba beginning 2/23.
The album - produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie) and Francois Tetaz (Gotye) - features previously released songs “Loveless,” “This Is It,” and “Thorns,” as well as guest turns by The War On Drugs’ Adam Granduciel and Charlie Hall.
Music is the universal language for the group of people who all come from vastly different corners of the earth that comprise Lo Moon. Singer/guitarist Matt Lowell is from Long Island, bassist Crisanta Baker from Denver, and guitarist Samuel Stewart from London; Los Angeles was their eventual meeting place. And from this meeting place has come something astounding: Lo Moon - a dark, luscious collection of songs full of crescendo rock and sparkling electronics - spans the breadth of human highs and lows, bridging a gap between soft experimental rock and atmospheric electronic pop. The record -- a cool, dark, meditative exploration of bittersweet sadness and cathartic joy -- could sit as happily among the likes of The XX as it could Talk Talk, Depeche Mode, early Coldplay, or the cinematic scope of Sigur Ros.
Lo Moon made itself at home on the road throughout last year - opening for Phoenix, The War On Drugs, London Grammar, Glass Animals, Ride, and more - and the New York Times’ music critic Jon Pareles called them one of the Top 10 artists he saw at Governor’s Ball 2017.
Lo Moon are one of three artists to pioneer the inaugural Slingshot program by NPR and VuHaus, a new collective effort among tastemaking public radio music stations to discover and elevate the most promising up-and-coming artists.
"Real Love" from Lo Moon's debut self-titled album