LISTEN: Olivia Morreale drops new track ‘Another Moon’

Olivia Morreale has dropped her new track ‘Another Moon.’ It is the latest track from her forthcoming EP Space Dreams, following previous singles “No Answer” and “Parasomnia.”

A slow-burning, R&B-inflicted number, ‘Another Moon’ is all about escapism in both the physical and emotional sense. “I wanted to portray the joy and fun that comes with imagining how things might look and feel in a completely different dream world,” Olivia writes about her approach to the single. “It’s an ode to escapism and a celebration of imagination.”

As with all of the songs off her soon-to-be-released EP Space Dreams, Olivia worked with her friend and co-collaborator Eli Kosoff (producer & songwriter) to help bring her musical vision to life. This time, Eli also lends his vocals to the track, creating a beautiful, layered harmony with Olivia’s effortless, breathy cadence. 

As well as releasing Another Moon,’ Morreale recently unveiled the music video for ‘Parasomnia,’ which was directed by Sammy King.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3QqTGsdmjM

Growing up in New York, Olivia fell in love with jazz music at an early age. Her childhood was soundtracked by Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, and Ella Fitzgerald and as soon as she was old enough she became a regular at the city’s vibrant jazz clubs.

At eighteen she re-located to LA to attend USC’s competitive Thornton School of Music. Now, melding her jazz background with her immersion in Los Angeles’s pop utopia, Olivia has created a hybrid sound all of her own. Inspired by synth-pop, chillwave, jazz, and soul, her music is timeless and refreshing all at once. In addition to her own releases, Olivia has toured as a background singer for Engelbert Humperdinck and was featured as a star vocalist on Jason “Spicy G” Goldman’s Hypnotized EP.

Oliva Morreale’s ‘Another Moon’ is available on all streaming services now.

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