Indie-prog rock band Fellowcraft just released their latest single “This Is How The World Ends” on all major platforms on January 8, 2021. The track should be of special interest to fans of bands like Evans Blue, 10 Years, and Saving Abel with it’s melodic hard rock qualities.
This accompanying music video depicts members JR MacDonald, Pablo Anton, Brandon Williams, and Zach Martin performing at Hell and Heaven Festival in Toluca, Mexico pre-quarantine (March 2020). Directed by Mexico-City based photographer and filmmaker Marcelo Quiñones who is on a mission to document “the image of sound” through his production company project Vertov The Noise with additional shots by Carter Lou of Northern Virginia.
“This Is How The World Ends” is the fourth single from Fellowcraft’s upcoming third full-length album, “This Is Where You’ll Find Me”, which will be released on digital stores and streaming platforms worldwide in February 2021. It was recorded in the prestigious Ivakota Studio in Washington, DC with recording, mixing, and mastering credits by producer, engineer, and musician Tonio Ruiz of TR Mix Room located in Mexico-City.
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Moozy is a fully independent band from Washington D.C. born from a collaboration of musicians Dylan Rockwell and Pat Gunning. They’re an extremely talented duo that has really caught our attention on their most recent release Tru Love. We had the opportunity to ask them some questions, which you can check out below!
What first got you into music?
A: I think originally we were just middle school kids looking for identities and we found one with music. I remember thinking as a kid “ok, if I practice really hard for like a year then I’ll probably be like the best guitarist at school and then I’ll be cool.” Pat had a similar high school experience thinking that playing in a band would increase his “cool” factor. I think he still does. I’ve always been slightly competitive with music, for better or for worse. Usually for better I think. It’s all for the sake of the art at the end of the day.