I heard this fun, mid-tempo groove from a band in Washington DC, and somehow ended up compelled to make a lyric video. I was playing around with some AI elements, so I'm not claiming it's good, only that parts of it are worth watching. And then, of course, the music is fantastic. Shout out to the band for being patient with me on this one, I should've had this ready a few weeks ago, but life got in the way.
Moozy is an independent indie rock band from Washington, DC, with a lot of new music being released at the moment. This latest single is called "Always the End," and it captures something of the day-drunk philosopher, perhaps in a way that I imagine Jeff Tweedy once might have on a dusty afternoon by the shores of the Potomac. We are reminded of the importance of family, the ephemeral nature of beauty, and the infinite presence of love. We give thanks for every day as we witness the miracle of a simple melody on the acoustic guitar—as it flowers into an unhurried jam that might remind you of Bahamas. It's a party, it's a note to yourself, and everything in between.