Moses Sumney shares new track “Everlasting Sigh,” plays Getty in June

Moses Sumney

Moses Sumney had a breakout 2015. He opened for St. Vincent and Erykah Badu at the Hollywood Bowl and his 7″ with Terrible Records was very well regarded. He also dropped in on Solange’s FYF Fest set.

Now, the singer-songwriter has released a new song “Everlasting Sigh” ahead of a series of festival dates, as well as a free show at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles on June 18. We caught him opening up for Hundred Waters awhile back and were mesmerized.

Sumney’s enchanting falsetto and awesome down-tempo live mixing is a sound to behold. On the new track, he mixes a variety of sounds including finger-snapping and clapping behind his incredible voice.

LISTEN TO MOSES SUMNEY’S NEW SONG “EVERLASTING SIGH” BELOW:

RELATED:

Solange hindered by late start, technical snafus at FYF Fest

Despite an LA audience that didn’t know how to STFU, Hundred Waters puts El Rey crowd into trance

Advertisement

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *