The video takes viewers up above the cityscapes and back again.
(LOS ANGELES, CA) – Betty Moon continues to build upon her assent on the international streaming music charts with the release of her new music video for Parachute. With the single being released last week, the video compliments a very personal song about self-empowerment and escaping to live the life you’ve always dreamed about. The 90s tinged pop video boasts large doses of nostalgia, rock n roll and mixes things up with Moons fashionably unique brand of indie rock, mainstream and electronic influenced music. The video premiered this morning via tastemaker website Blog Critics in the United States and Spill Magazine in Canada.
The Parachute music video can be viewed via Youtube and the audio is available now via Spotify and Apple Music. Parachute is the latest single from Chrome, her 8th studio album which has been widely covered in the media by influential sources like Huffington Post, Celebrity Cafe and AXS. Moon is famously known for her trademark smooth, sultry and powerful voice creatively blends together rock musical influences of funk, indie, electronic and even pop. Climbing the European charts, Betty hit to No. 9 in Portugal, and to No. 3 in Greece and in beginning to gain traction here in her home territory.
About Betty Moon: Betty Moon is a Toronto-born singer, songwriter, producer, and filmmaker. Known for her sultry voice, rock n’ roll attitude and visionary appeal, Moon is an always-evolving tour de force. Moon’s music has been featured in a variety of television shows and films including Californication, Dexter, Bounty Hunters, Walking the Dead directed by Melanie Ansley, and Last Gasp starring Robert Patrick.
Moon’s first album deal was with A&M Records, and her self-titled debut LP was released while living and touring throughout Canada. She has been nominated for four CASBY Awards including Best Album of the Year, Best Single of the Year, Best Video of the Year, and Best Artist of the Year. Moon released multiple records after her debut album, which includes Doll Machine (EMI), STIR (St. Clair), Demon Flowers and multiple releases via her label Evolver Music including Rollin’ Revolution, Amourphous and Pantomania.
In 2010, Moon relocated to Los Angeles and released her 5th album Rollin’ Revolution, which garnered airplay on famed L.A. rock radio station KROQ. In 2013, Moon was a featured artist at the Sunset Strip Music Festival, sharing the stage with Marilyn Manson, Quiet Riot and The Offspring. She continues to be a regular performer at iconic venues such as The Roxy, Whisky a Go Go, and The Viper Room in Hollywood. Her collaboration with top music industry professionals includes Kenny Aronoff, Wes Scantlin, John Christ, and Chris Lord-Alge.Moon’s 8th studio album CHROME was released in late 2017 and is available on all outlets worldwide.