Freedom Nicole Moore has risen through the local music ranks over the past couple of years, singing background vocals with artists like Indie Folk/Rock band Royal Holland and Neo R&B sensation JSPH, developing as a solo singer/songwriter and playing shows with acts like Chastity Belt, Jacob Banks and Leggy. As those résumé bullet-points suggest, Moore’s music hovers around the spheres of Modern/Neo Soul and Indie Rock, but is rather timeless, buoyed by her warm and enchanting vocals and rich songwriting.
Moore’s organic creative growth has continued with the formation of a full band, Freedom Nicole Moore & The Electric Moon, featuring John Raptis (lead guitar), James Wiley-Benes (keyboards), Fred Brackmann (percussion) and Christopher Sweeney (bass). The group just released its official recorded debut, “Everytime,” a sensual slow-burner featuring twilight-glimmering keys and guitars and some spectacular ear-caressing melodies that should go a long way in garnering hordes of new fans and building anticipation for more new material (an EP is in the works).
“Everytime” is available now on major platforms like Spotify and through freedomnicolemoore.bandcamp.com (which also features some of Moore's solo material). For more info on the band, visit fnmtem.com.
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