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Moon Motel Unveils Unreleased Single “We Need A Revolution” ++ Covers Nas…Headlining Halloween Speakeasy At) The Saint (10/31)

Chris Rotolo October 30, 2014 Asbury Music, News No Comments

MMOne of Asbury’s finest songsmith’s Moon Motel surfaced again this past week with a piece of previously unreleased music titled “We Need A Revolution”, which is more a two-minute pouring of soulful emotion than a burning protest song.

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“Back in 2011 and 2012, my old band, we are. recorded our debut album,” wrote Moon Motel upon the song’s unveiling. “Our relationship ended before the album was complete and the rough mixes were kept locked away. As I pen the new Moon Motel album, I often find myself digging back to this time in my life, both in dreams and in memories.”

“It was a time which left me with unanswered questions and songs that I have a hard time revisiting,” he added. “‘We Need A Revolution’ was to be the intro track off that album. While it remains unfinished and unmixed, there is a haunting quality that will forever stay with me from a time and a memory that I will always be haunted by in my life.”

Stream the stirring bit of poetic expression below and be sure to visit Moon Motel on Friday night (10/31) at The Saint in Asbury Park where he’ll headline the Halloween Speakeasy featuring music and poetry by Master of Ceremonies Chris Rockwell, Paper Streets, The Jazz Gypsies, Nicole Greenwood, and Nathan Dickinson.

Entry to the event is $10 or $8 with the donation of a canned goods at the door. A portion of the proceeds will be used to purchase blankets for the local homeless as we enter the frigid months of the years.

RSVP and find more information on the event here.

As a bonus check out Moon Motel covering Cormega & Nas at his recent Stone Pony Performance.

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Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May of 2011 with a Bachelors Degree in both Journalism/Professional Writing and Communication Studies. He's held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet’s Arts & Entertainment section as well as Consequence of Sound (http://consequenceofsound.net).

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