Coral Moons is a 4 piece indie-soul band from Boston, MA. Their music has roots in blues, jazz, soul, funk and 60’s rock bringing their stories to life. Their songs reflect everyday anxiety and pains while also admiring its beauty. With strong lead female vocals, their inspiration pulls from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Lake Street Dive, Allen Stone and The Allman Brothers.
Stace Brandt has listened for a long time, ear to the ground, constantly searching for what makes a song tick. After spending five years in Burlington, Vermont writing songs, collaborating, and playing live to shape her sound, Stace returned to the Boston area where she grew up and jumped into a new scene. Melodically, Stace’s intuition never fails to pack a punch: soul-driven lyrics flow into R&B inflected hooks. Her guitar, minimal and percussive, provides a rhythmic backbone for her smoldering vocals. Powerfully reflective and sentimental, Stace’s music wavers between intimacy and solitude, between living recklessly and intense self-reflection. Stace will release her second EP, Lucky Ones, in February of 2019.
Tory Silver is a singer/songwriter from Massillon, Ohio, currently based in Boston, Massachusetts. Inspired largely by bossa nova, folk, and rock music, Tory uses these influences to create a fresh sound with a distinct punch. Notably known for her interesting chord progressions and warm voice, Silver uses her music not only as an outlet lyrically, but as an opportunity to create something captivating on the guitar. Studying the guitar for the last decade, Tory’s music is crafted with detail in mind. In October, NPR tweeted her latest EP, Pepper, was the best thing on their October playlist. Pepper, is a follow up to her debut album, Observere.