Photo by Ulysses Ortega
Art Moore is the musical project of Taylor Vick (Boy Scout) and Ezra Furman collaborators Sam Durkes and Trevor Brooks. The trio's new single, "Muscle Memory," has a very distinct folk-like feel, if folk can be awash in synths. Typically I would never call any song with this many synths anything resembling folk, but "Muscle Memory" has a surprisingly organic feel to it even without relying on string instruments. It's a quiet, personal sounding song that is still somehow a mini-epic in size.
Taylor Vick talks about the band's new single:
"Muscle Memory was inspired by the many phases of life we go through and the friendships that exist within them that inevitably transform as we continue through life. I wanted to write about this experience from a neutral perspective, one with the belief that it’s neither a good or bad thing but simply a given in life. It’s a more fictionalized version of my personal experience which was the kind of writing I gravitated towards most in this band."
You can watch the video for "Muscle Memory" below. Art Moore's self-titled debut album is due out August 5 on ANTI-. The album can be pre-ordered here. For more on Art Moore, check out the band's website. Upcoming tour dates are below the video.
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