The LA band is all about chemistry, which you hear and see in their new video.
Like Bob Dylan and the Band at Big Pink, Los Angeles band Moonsville Collective combine American traditional music, modern musical influences, and undeniable chemistry to create rustic Americana that's made to be heard in person, where the beer is flowing and the energy is palpable. Their new album heavy Howl is set to be released 30 October on Rock Ridge Music, and in the meantime you can see the great new video for the track "Blue Money Grove".
"It’s a love song in a minor key," says Ryan Welch. "Like a rock, shot off the road from a tire, the song spun off the wheels of a tumbling romance. Blue money is her pair of eyes, the sweetest grove to walk into.
"We put our trust for the video in the worthy hands of Vern Moen and the Long Beach Film Company. We knew that Vern and his team would be able to capture the live energy of a Moonsville show and pair an artful visual to our song. Pappy & Harriet’s [where it was shot] in Pioneertown is our unrivaled favorite spot to play in California. It has a certain feeling to it that is ghostly and warm and magic. We’ve played there a handful of times and being able to shoot our first real music video there was a definite treat for us as a band."