New Track: Queen Moo Reconciles The Past With Exuberance on ‘Gone’

Rising Central Connecticut experimental pop outfit, Queen Moo have just issued there sophomore set, Mean Well courtesy of San Diego’s Topshelf Records. The band came together in 2014 after guitarist Jason Rule and Kevin O’Donnell decided to end their tenure as Sorority Noise’ rhythm section. Currently, I’m obsessed with this LP and it’s lead single, Gone. An introspective track that deals with Rule’s newly minted sobriety, life in recovery and letting go of the past. Gone displays Queen Moo’s strong pop sensibilities, complex rhythms, that seem to float atop a deluge of angular guitar lines.

Queen Moo will be hitting the road in support of Mean Well and stop at The Middle East on December 21st as part of the Topshelf Records Winter Tour alongside Prawn, Slingshot Dakota and People Like You.

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