Betty Moon’s music draws influence from underground sounds ranging from rock, soul, punk rock, electronic and electro-pop soaked with aggressive, empowering, yet somehow soothing, electrifying the listener with its big bold energy. Moon wrote, produced and mixed her newest album COSMICOMA, which continues to inject genuine sex appeal, soulful vocal prowess and massive production all the while experimenting with new sounds and modern genre trends.
Moon is also known for her company Evolver Music Inc. and her music has been featured in a variety of television shows and films, including “Californication,” “Dexter,” “Bounty Hunters,” “Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant,” “The Walking Dead,” “Last Gasp” and the upcoming film “Butter.” Moon’s first album deal was with A&M Records and her self-titled debut LP was released with multiple award nominations while living and touring throughout Canada.
Hundreds of respected media sources have featured and reviewed Moon’s music including Exclaim!, Huffington Post, Celebmix, Ask Men, Rawckus and more. Betty Moon recently wrapped on her new album, which promises to build upon her unique brand of pop-alternative sounds complimented by her seductive, powerful and widely recognized voice.
Her latest single “My Only One” is available now and her new 2021 album will be announced shortly. Learn more about Betty Moon at – www.BettyMoon.com
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“My Only One”, the first song off my upcoming new album is a mix of pop and dark melodies, with driving guitars and a chorus which may resonate with many women… and men for that matter. Infidelity is a great topic to reflect on and poke fun at and I wanted the listener to be able to make it their own. This song will be on my new full-length album coming out next month and I think you will like the quirky sound that has organically developed on it. It’s “always fun” hint, hint. I hope you enjoy it as much as I’ve enjoyed making it. – Betty Moon