Today, Connecticut indie-rock four piece, Queen Moo, have premiered their new single ‘Come Through’. The single was premiered by Get Alternative, ahead of the release of their sophomore album ‘Mean Well’, which is due out 25th August via Topshelf Records.

Speaking about the single, Get Alternative said, “Queen Moo from the very beginning have impressed with their ability to draw from a wide range of influences and unconventional sounds, and it’s apparent from this track that they have taken major strides with this new album.”

Queen Moo is an American Rock & Roll band. The group presents vivid harmony refined through a rigorous and personal creative process. Their second full length, Mean Well, is a portrait of the group and the individuals.

When Queen Moo spoke with Noisey in 2015, Jason Rule and Kevin O’Donnell had just “quit emo to get drunk.” In 2017, however, Rule has quit drinking, making a full reflection not just on sobriety and recovery, but on growing up and putting the worst parts of oneself to bed.

Across the album, the group packs extreme musicianship: Drummer Nick Charlton provides an insane sense of rhythm, often playing well across the bars, diving into poly-rhythms and absurdist beats without ever feeling out of place. O’Donnell’s voice is the baritone to Rule’s tenor. Oscar Godoy, for his part, splatters shredding melodies in bursts, occasionally duelling and harmonising with Rule, a fine guitarist in his own right. The group’s arrangements are constantly evolving and changing, making no two live performances alike.

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