Put together as a concept record, Moon carefully spent the last year crafting songs that capture the story of her new life in Hollywood after relocating from Toronto. Moon is known for her fearless approach to creativity and the ability to stay ahead of music trends that keeps her sound fresh and exciting. CHROME is the follow-up to her critically praised 2016 release Pantomania, and was produced by Betty Moon and members of her band. “The idea behind CHROME was to project a beautiful, destructive and sexy concept of what life can be like when there is nothing holding you back. The drama, success and passion for music all come together with this album. Each song was pieced together to tell a story that is bigger than you could imagine.”
With multiple major label and independent releases under her belt, Moon thinks only about what’s next and ensures she always keeps her music fun, innovative and well produced. In addition, she has shared the stage and collaborated with many of today’s top producing, recording and film industry talent.
Known for her sultry voice, rock n’ roll attitude and visionary appeal, Moon is an always-evolving tour de force. Her first album deal was with A&M Records, and her self-titled debut LP was released while living and touring throughout Canada. She has been nominated for four CASBY Awards including Best Album of the Year, Best Single of the Year, Best Video of the Year, and Best Artist of the Year. Moon released multiple records after her debut album, which includes Doll Machine), Stir, Demon Flowers and multiple releases via her label Evolver Music including Rollin’ Revolution, Amourphous and Pantomania.
In 2010, Moon relocated to Los Angeles and released her 5th album Rollin’ Revolution, which garnered airplay on famed L.A. rock radio station KROQ. In 2013, Moon was a featured artist at the Sunset Strip Music Festival, sharing the stage with Marilyn Manson, Quiet Riot and The Offspring.
In 2017, Betty was written up as one of the Top Five Trending Female Artists and Celebrity Café Hollywood quotes as saying “Her mesmerizing melodies and high energy hooks place her among modern greats like Tove Lo and Jess Glynn”. Betty has been busy setting the stage for the August 25th release of her latest studio album, CHROME, and has unveiled a series of singles and remixes from the album paired with music videos that take the viewer down the rabbit hole of her larger-than-life style, lyrics and sound. Her latest single “Life Is But A Dream” premiered recently via Our Culture Magazine and is now available via online retailers.
CHROME’s first single “Sound” was released in March and has since gone international. Betty has signed two non-exclusive music distribution and licensing agreements whereby her music will reach more than 150 million consumers each day through more than 500,000 subscriber locations in 100 plus countries around the globe.
Betty Moon’s music will be now be heard by consumers and fans worldwide in retail locations including: the Gap, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Starbucks, Uniqlo, McDonald’s, IKEA, North Face, Aloft Hotels, The Body Shop, Steve Madden and Nordstrom’s worldwide.