Can’t Quit It EP by Next Door To The Moon (Self-released)
Next Door To The Moon is the thoroughly memorable sonic exploration of lead vocalist / guitarist Connor Weinstein and drummer Jacob Guzman – as well as others who have participated in the pop rocking project. This would include one Will Pugh of pop punk legends Cartel, who produced and recorded Can’t Quit It – the current EP from the Los Angeles-based Next Door To The Moon.
Jammed packed with five glorious anthems destined to gain Next Door To The Moon a good deal of notice above and beyond the notorious City of Angels music scene, the Can’t Quit It EP is sure to inspire all types of music fans looking for some wondrously timeless tunes to enjoy.
The Can’t Quit It EP kicks into supersonic gear with the superbly memorable title cut – a song which should be playing on radio airwaves all across the country. This cut alone is worth the price of admission, but stay tuned as there are four glorious entreaties ahead. Situation (Get Up!) continues on with the soaring choruses and dynamically expressive vocal performance of Connor Weinstein. Another Love Story demonstrates Next Door To The Moon at their most passionate, featuring a stunning guest performance from Brayell – an up and coming hip-hop artist from SoCal!
Medication is up next, the true remedy to rock your world with potent lyrics and driving guitars crashing into the heart of the matter. And then closing out the Can’t Quit It EP experience way to soon is the sweet and captivating Three Words (A Song For Kelsey), demonstrating just how effective Next Door To The Moon is with a heartfelt ballad.
With lively tunes that would feel just at home with both the New Found Glory brigade and the Five Seconds To Summer set, Next Door To The Moon is primed and ready for the big leagues. Be sure to check into the Just Can’t Quit It EP by Next Door To The Moon, and discover a collection of songs from a rising star about to launch into the pop rocking stratosphere.
Upcoming Next Door To The Moon shows:
October 6th at The Avacado Festival in Carpinteria
(Review by Ken Morton)
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