MONROE MOON’s new single, “Tourmaline,” showcases the band’s evolution and their unique blend of melodic rock and indie vibes. Produced by Grammy Award-winning Mike Exeter, the track exudes a dreamy, ethereal quality that’s both captivating and refreshing.

The song opens with Bunny Monroe’s hauntingly beautiful vocals, layered over Theo Malkin’s rhythmic guitar riffs, creating an atmospheric soundscape. The production is top-notch, with each instrument clearly defined yet seamlessly integrated, providing a lush auditory experience. Ryan Jamgotch’s guitar work adds depth, while Jude Lolly’s bass and Zach Doobay’s drumming keep the rhythm tight and engaging.

“Tourmaline” is not just a song but a journey through sound, echoing influences from Iggy Pop’s “Post Modern Depression.” This track was recorded at Electric Moon Studios in Grand Rapids, MI, further highlighting the band’s commitment to creating high-quality music.

Monroe Moon continues to push boundaries with their innovative sound and “Tourmaline” is a testament to their artistic growth. It’s a track that deserves to be on repeat, capturing the essence of modern indie rock while maintaining a timeless appeal. Follow Monroe Moon for more incredible releases and immerse yourself in their musical journey​​.