Carry Me, Rosie
Moondog Matinee is the epitome of blues and rock ‘n’ roll. Their forthcoming sophomore album,Carry me, Rosie, set to be released this summer, is an explosive fusion of drums, electric guitar, and powerhouse vocals. Carry me, Rosie embodies the true essence of rock music and is definitely something to look forward to for the summer. This album will make you feel melancholy, like a musical time machine nostalgically taking you back into the 1950s. If you have ever been walking down the street, envisioning the perfect soundtrack of your life in your head, well look no further, this is it!
“Last Night the Devil Learned My Name” sounds like a song straight out of the classic American crime movie “Thelma and Louise” just as they’re making a break for the border. With the lead singer’s raw and rugged vocals defining blues, backed by a talented band of musicians hitting every note right on the head, you can’t help but join in and play along air band style. “Ghost Dime,” as the title predicts, is an eerily haunting track and the perfect karaoke/bar song. With powerful vocals to belt along to with your buddies, the inner rock star in you is sure to come out! Overall if you’re in a rebellious mood and looking for an album to listen to from front to back this summer, Carry me, Rosie is the album for you!
SPILL ALBUM REVIEW: MOONDOG MATINEE – CARRY ME, ROSIE