Loaded up with a “gorilla-sized bass riff” and a fragile dose of disco synths, the only was described as a “landmark second” within the duo’s’ journey as unbiased musicians.
After taking us on a visit to the desert final yr with their funk-fueled album Into The Ether, acclaimed duo Franc Moody have formally reemerged, this time diving into the darker depths of disco with their new single “Move Me.”
With sultry synths and a “godzilla-sized bass riff” conjuring up pictures of Pit Viper sun shades, latex pants and glowing purple lights, “Move Me” is the lead launch off Franc Moody’s indie label, House of FM. Simply put, it is a hip-shaking head turner, certain to move crowds into the clouds with retro aptitude, playful synth ornaments and an infectious refrain.
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“It appears like a little bit of a landmark second for us when it comes to our continued journey as unbiased musicians,” the duo stated in a joint assertion. “That freedom, spirit and sense of neighborhood defines our venture and we really feel ‘Move Me’ encapsulates this second completely. It’s a tune constructed for the dance ground.”
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