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Progressive and dark, Goody Grace reveals his signature cinematic style in his newest delivery: “In the Light of the Moon.” Premiering with Ones To Watch first, Goody Grace encapsulates punk rock vibes that inextricably intertwine with his edgy vocals that make for a mysterious and electrifying new track.
Immediately engulfed in the intense guitar riffs, “In the Light of the Moon” is a sonic experiment tiptoeing between alternative rock and R&B genres. Goody Grace shared more context behind the making:
“‘In the Light of the Moon’ is a dark, eerie, anti-love song. It started out with me playing around trying to find a creepy chord progression, then once I figured it out, I instantly recorded the hook and my verse and sent it over to Lil Aaron to feature on.”
Recruiting emo-rap One To Watch lil aaron for rhymes, the track again defies genre conformity to instead soar in a class all its own. Typically a behind-the-scenes songwriter, lil aaron adds even more grit to an already sleek, anti-thematic track. By attracting mainstream officials and bedroom grunge purists alike, Goody Grace and lil aaron only enhance the track’s radio-worthiness.
Born in the small town of Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada, Goody made his way to Los Angeles at only 17. His story is one for the books – once couch surfing to later performing amongst thousands at sold-out festivals like Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo. With such a captivating style, it’s no surprise that Goody landed a deal with Atlantic Records. We look forward to his label debut releasing Spring of 2018, backed by optimistic sentiment,
“Anything is possible, I came from a super small town and moved to L.A. and was able to live my dream. It’s proof that possibilities are infinite. I hope everyone takes that from my music.”
Get your first listen of “In the Light of the Moon” before its official release on March 16 below: