From house show gigs to Union Transfer, Mo Lowda & the Humble's "Pearls" showcases how the Philly rockers have evolved - WXPN
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Philly rockers Mo Lowda & the Humble recently announced their forthcoming album Ready Coat, and they’ve just shared a third single before the new record comes out March 6. Lyrical relatability meets melodic catchiness on “Pearls,” which shows off how the band has evolved since they first established themselves in Philly’s house show scene some years back.

“‘Pearls’ was the obvious choice for the album opener and a featured single: straightforward in its structure, yet clever in its execution,” lead vocalist Jordan Caiola shares. “Its catchy nature and bouncy rhythm section provide for a head-nodding listening experience. Vocally, it sits right in my wheelhouse / range, while the lyrical content focuses on something many people have likely dealt with at some point in their lives: distance from a lover. Intricate drums and thick layers clear up just in time for a sparse, singable chorus, while an expansive bridge and orchestral instrumental section take the song home into its final guitar refrain.”

Ready Coat will be the follow-up to the band’s 2018 LP Creatures. Pre-order the new record at molowda.com. Mo Lowda & The Humble play an all ages show at Union Transfer on March 27. Find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

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