New Single Out Today!

Today we're releasing a new single titled We're Still Here in response to the political climate. All proceeds from this single will benefit Planned Parenthood in Morristown NJ. 

Checkout the single and lyrics below.

We’re Still Here

He preyed upon the weak
because the strong were few and far between,
big turnouts in little towns

The odds were stacked and fairly steep
but changed while we were all asleep,
dreaming of walls coming down

It’s all right to feel defeated
Just keep fighting ‘cause we need it
to succeed

Let him know we’re here
and we don’t have much left to fear anymore
stand together
no matter what we won’t surrender
‘cause we’re still here

He used the oldest of techniques
divide and conquer, spewed hate-speech
took us back to sixty years from now

With promises he cannot keep
and words I wouldn’t dare repeat
charming the most dangerous crowd

It’s all right to feel defeated
Just keep fighting ‘cause we need it
to succeed

Let him know we’re here
and we don’t have much left to fear anymore
stand together
no matter what we won’t surrender
‘cause we’re still here

We watched but nobody saw this coming
heroes stand tall when everyone starts running out
remember what we could have been,
we’re still greater than this

Let him know we’re here
and we don’t have much left to fear anymore
stand together
no matter what we won’t surrender
‘cause we’re still here

 

MyCentralJersey Review

“The Distance is the Same,” the sophomore EP of female-fronted Madison-based alt-pop four-piece, is an edgy improvement over a late 2015 demo-like debut and an indication that the band has much potential, especially in regard to their songwriting. A hard-working band, Above the Moon gig often and blend the two records into a seamless set, but on record, the vocally-rich, Beatlesque “Feel It Again,” the jangly angst of “More Time,” the brash breakup of “Stop Trying,” and the hauntingly percussive “Moon” stand out as their best stuff and should net the band attention. Give them that on Nov. 19 at The Crossroads in Garwood and Dec. 3 at The Bitter End in New York City.