Zenith Moon offers female fronted pop-edelic alternative rock paying homage to the greats that have gone before.
Zenith Moon are baring their souls in new single Fight For Me. Based on a battle with cancer, Fight For Me is about enduring the worst and never giving up hope. This latest offering from Zenith Moon follows to recent singles Gypsy and Going Under.
An emotive power ballad, Fight For Me has room for Kalliope (vocals) to show her dynamic and emotional versatility. Starting with a delicate croon, she quickly ascends to dizzying heights as her message becomes more impassioned. The band is in lockstep with her, echoing her emotions; Matthew (guitar) wails in unison while Andie (drums) commands the full weight of the kit to help escalate the song into a tenacious intercession.
Fight For Me captures the hope that encourages us to never stop fighting; it’s always darkest before the dawn. If you’re going through a tough time, this one’s for you.
Do you ever wonder what would happen if Led Zeppelin went home with the Baby Animals and Aretha Franklin after a wine mixer? That beautiful night would surely bring into existence a delicious love child named Zenith Moon.
Hailing from Melbourne, Zenith Moon bring a retro and classic rock fusion that draws in the best influences from that glory era, delivering raunchy female fronted rock that harks the sound of European counterparts Blues Pills, Pristine and Forever Still.
Zenith Moon is the collaborative efforts of fretboard nomad Matt (guitar), astrologically colliding with Kalliope (vocals) and Andie (drums). All three bring a different influence to the table: Kalliope lifts smooth vocals straight from the late Mrs Franklin then smashes it with 70’s rock, 90’s RnB and modern pop, Andie brings the drum kit to the forefront with dizzyingly sensational rhythms spawned by progressive rock and jazz fusion, and Matt ties things together with soulful licks – his roots are grown all the way to depths of blues (with a scenic detour or two via Pink Floyd).
The one thing that unites them all is a motivating desire to express themselves as honestly as they know how. They’re here to lighten the mood, make you cry, make you dance, and most of all, make you nod your head up and down while you say Mmmm, that’s the stuff.