Betty Moon Drops A Love Letter To The Artists She Grew Up With
A new album release from Betty Moon comes through shining with a set of covers from an array of outstanding bands and each cover takes a different and refreshing approach that all seem to have that Betty Moon edge to it.
The Undercover album is tastefully performed and put together from beginning to end and the songs feature some outstanding synth and guitar work to go along with Moon's entrancing vocals and it all pulls you in quickly and doesn;t let go for the entire album.
The album features 10 songs that range from Kate Bush to the Rolling Stones and even Sade to name just a few.
The record boasts a unique palette of sound and layered textures that all show Moon's love for her craft and for the songs she grew up with.
This album is like a love letter to those artists and bands and it's quite beautiful to hear in it;s entirety.
Each track turns the table a bit and surprises you in an instant when you least expect it.
The tracks stay true to Moon's staple sound and still reach into different genres performed with the artists personal sheen and touches.
This was gracefully built and you can tell there was a ton of heart that went into it.
For anyone that grew up in the 80's and 90's, this album is a must have without question.
Her renditions of "Running Up That Hill" and "No Ordinary Love" are perfect and swim around you with a gorgeous undertone and that slight alternative edginess Moon is known for.
This must have taken quite some time to put together and perfect and you can hear she is quite the perfectionist. Luckily for us it works well as covering songs like their call for that aspect and that kind of artist.
Take a dive into this album but go through the whole thing. It;s well worth your time and most of your playlists.