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2024.05.07 - Lo Moon - NonComm 24

You know those people who are effortlessly cool? From the way they dress to the way they walk and talk? Well, Lo Moon are those people. Hailing from California, the four-piece art-rock band delivered an intense show, but not in the way you’d expect. Each one of their songs built in intensity, only to drop back with the start of the next one, creating a rollercoaster that the audience was more than willing to ride.

Made up of Matt Lowell on vocals and guitar, Crisanta Baker on bass and keys, Sam Stewart on guitar, and Sterling Laws on drums, Lo Moon’s set ebbed and flowed, blending dreamy vocals with rocking instruments.They played songs from all three of their albums, appealing to fans old and new.

“Waiting A Lifetime,” from their newest album I Wish You Way More Than Luck, started off the set, followed by “Water,” and “Dreams Never Dies.” The crowd shouted out praises as Lo Moon transitioned into older songs “Loveless” and “Evidence.” Throughout the entire show, the band had the crowd jumping and dancing along, regardless of the pace of the songs.

Perhaps the band saved the best for last, ending with “Evidence,” where Lowell ditched his guitar for a keyboard, only to pick up his guitar again halfway through. Band members rocked out with each other, the crowd’s energy was to the max, and the entire space transcended into a communal state. Lo Moon truly conquered NOM-COMM.

The band recently released their third album, I Wish You Way More Than Luck, a warm record that taps into their signature spacious vocals and nostalgic, atmospheric sound. For those who didn’t get a chance to see them at NON-COMM, fear not. The band will be coming to The Foundry in November, as part of their I Wish You Way More Than Luck tour. See you then!

Setlist
May
07
Lo Moon
NON-COMM 2024
  • Waiting A Lifetime
  • Water
  • Dream Never Dies
  • Loveless
  • Evidence
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