The Good Neighbors Return With ‘Moonlight Shoreside’

The Buffalo collective deliver a radiant, psychedelic soundtrack for the warmer seasons...

The Good Neighbors have shared their latest single ‘Moonlight Shoreside’.

Sparked by an evening spent by the coast, the Buffalo collective deliver a swirling, psychedelic soundtrack. Piecing together hazy acoustics with groovy basslines, the track welcomes husky, harmonic verses that navigate between friendships and romance. Embracing the radiant production of Tame Impala with glimmers of Empire Of The Sun, ‘Moonlight Shoreside’ marks a definitive step for the outfit.

Brought together by a group of like-minded creatives, The Good Neighbors first landed on the scene with 2017’s, ‘Not Feelin’ This’. Led by Connor Getz and Jacob Frasier, the band offer their take on jazz, pop and indie styles, bending the rules with each release. Tracing back the journey of their latest single, they share: “First iterations of the track were started back in 2019. After taking a break from the song and collaborating on many edits, the song has reached what we believe is the best version to convey the original emotional inspirations. The track is focused on feelings of intimacy with uncertainty of reciprocation.”

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