VIDEO NEWS: Moon Tooth Release Video For New Single ‘Nymphaeaceae’
Photo Credit: Jesse Korman
Moon Tooth have released a video for their new single Nymphaeaceae. The track is a taste of the band’s upcoming record, which follows their 2019 album Crux.
“The Nymphaeaceae music video concept grew directly from John’s lyrics. The title is the scientific name for water lilies,” explains guitarist/songwriter Nick Lee. “They grow from the murky bottom of a pond up to the surface of the water and then continue to flower up towards the sun. That journey is represented by the main character’s struggle in the video. You can compare it to different struggles in life but the idea in this video and in the lyrics speak more specifically to growing through hardships, bettering yourself and finding a true partner. Sticking it out with them through any kind of hardship.”
“If you’ve found a purpose in life, there’s no greater peace than?immersing yourself in that purpose. That’s what I felt the morning I wrote this song, when I took a kayak out to a tiny?island on an Orlando lake,” adds singer/lyricist John Carbone. “There,
Like what you hear? You can stream or purchase Nymphaeaceae HERE.
See Moon Tooth live at one of the following dates:
Wed 15th – PHILADELPHIA, PA – Milkboy
Thu 16th – NEW YORK, NY – The Gramercy Theatre (hosted by Sirius XM’s Shawn The Butcher)
Fri 17th – WASHINGTON, DC – Songbyrd Music House