Earthquake Lights “Moonlight”

Earthquake Lights are back with Moonlight. The track looks back to the jazz of the 1950s, psychedelic rock, and soul to create something special. Raw passion and a Rat Pack amount of cool demarcate the first half of the song, while the instrumental heavy second side of the single showcases the ability of the band. The echoing vocals that play at the top of the track make this into something that absolutely shatters all conceptions that one may have about the band. Never ones to rest on their laurels, Earthquake Lights are back with a track that is something special. Let us know what you think about this cut (video is below) in the comments.

We’ve covered a pair of Earthquake Lights singles in the past, including Choke ’em Up and The Fix.

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