Our newest song, This Worry, is out in the world today and we can't wait for you to check it out. It was recorded in Wayne, NJ with Skylar Ross and features art by Sarah Carolan. Check it out below and we hope to see you at a show soon!
They say that music is an extension of the self. That being said, whoever “They” are would be absolutely blown away at the level of depth Above The Moon has managed to imbue their newest EP with. Above The Moon is an indie rock four-piece from Madison, NJ with a knack for writing instantly captivating songs that will have listeners reaching for that replay button over and over again.
It isn’t often that you read an article that starts with Craiglist, but doesn’t end badly — until now! That’s exactly how the story began for New Jersey indie-rockers, Above The Moon. Two years after responding to each other’s ads to form a band, and enlisting a few friends to round them out, and Above The Moon have just released their third EP, Patterns You Create. Now, the group discuss their beginnings, finding their sound, and what’s to come.
Forming just under two years ago, Above The Moon are a New Jersey alternative/indie act consisting of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Kate Griffin, lead guitarist Shawn Murphy, bass guitarist Chris Mangin and percussionist John Gramuglia. On their official website, they describe their music as having “lyrics with heart and riffs that bite,” which paints a fun and intriguing image of what this band has in store for listeners.
Above the Moon is set to release their new EP, Patterns You Create tomorrow! They are celebrating with an EP release show at Arlene’s Grocery in NYC. There, fans will experience the ferocity with which this band performs and hear songs that speak of the unpredictability of life.
Hailing from Madison, New Jersey, this four-piece alternative indie rock band captures pure emotion in their songs. Contrary to their band name, these songs are incredibly down-to-earth and listeners are bound to find lyrics that they identify with on Patterns You Create.