Hailing all the way from Los Angeles, songwriter Betty Moon has just released her newest video Parachute.
A swirling mix of live footage and psychedelic fades, Moon’s latest is a definite callback to simpler times. Prep yourselves for a dose of nostalgia, delivered through ’90s filters and throwback pop-rock.
Betty Moon, a LA-based singer/songwriter with six albums to her name, has unveiled her latest jam. Wrap your ears around Parachute today.
Parachute is formed around a Red Hot Chili Peppers-esque bassline, which lumbers throughout the song with unmitigated style. Amongst all this, Moon sings for the simple pleasures – flying high and letting nobody get you down.
Check out the new clip below.
To date, Betty Moon has six studio albums to her name, the latest of which is 2017’s Chrome. You may recognise some of her older cuts from shows such as Dexter, Californication and The Walking Dead.
Parachute comes off that latest record Chrome, a release brimming top-to-bottom with a ruthless pop rock fusion. If you like what you’re hearing here, we recommend stopping in on the album for a hot minute.