The Toronto-born, now LA living musician, Betty Moon, will soon release her eighth studio album, Chrome, out everywhere on Friday, Aug. 25. Moon is a hard-working, heavy-hitting powerhouse of a musician as well as a producer and filmmaker. With her newest album, Moon decided to create it as a concept album, and spent the last year creating songs that reflect her new life in Hollywood, where she relocated from after growing up and living in Toronto. Moon is always experimenting with her sound, and is always ahead of the trends in music to keep her sound fresh and relevant.
Moon's newest effort, Chrome, is just as ambitious as her 2016 critically praised release, Pantomania, which was produced by Moon and members of her band. She has released the first single from her new record, "Sound" in March, which has also received critical praise and several remixes. Her newest single from Chrome is "Life Is But A Dream." Since making Hollywood her home in 2010, Moon has been a regular performer at famed venues, including The Roxy, Whisky a Go Go, and The Viper Room. She's shared the stage with Marilyn Manson, Quiet Riot, and The Offspring. She has also collaborated with highly revered music industry professionals like Kenny Aronoff, Randy Cooke, Wes Scantlin, John Christ, Jason Sutter, Glenn Milchem, Gavin Brown and Chris Lord-Alge.
Listen in the music box below to the exclusive stream of Betty Moon's new album, Chrome, released on Evolver Music. Keep up with all things Betty and tour dates by checking out her website.