New song HOTELS by Jade The Moon

2017-10-30 16:23:58 UTC


Living out of a suitcase can be lonely, exciting, and mysterious all at the same time.Jade The Moon's new song “Hotels” was partially inspired by Quentin Tarantino's 4 ROOMS and the band’s real world experiences with life on the road. In writing this new single the band hoped to capture the psyche of the traveling artist that welcomes the feeling of the unknown and undone.

There's a thrill in chasing archaic moments in foreign spaces. More often than not this is where we find our inspiration.

Hotels” is from their upcoming album 11:11 which is set for release early 2018. It’s a collection of tracks best described as musical photographs. A moment in time turned dance party, true story turned love song, a daydream turned erie alt-pop lullaby. 

"We hope to take the audience on an emotional roller coaster, these new songs truly reflect our stories. Although very personal and coming from very different places, our collective experiences feel somewhat universal."

Genre : electronic

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