Los-angeles alt-pop duo more* shares a new hot single and music video ‘Really Want To See You Again’ via Warner Records
Embodying California spirit and soul, Blake Mills’ sunny guitar riff breezes alongside a simmering steady beat as McRae’s vocals echo on the instantly unshakable hook.
About the song, McRae shared, “As a duo and a rule, Kane and I share everything. ‘Really Want To See You Again’ was written two days after meeting the girl I’m very much in love with. The three of us are very happy together.”
Who’s Side Are You will also be accompanied by a music video. Both tracks were recorded at Sound City and co-produced by more* and Tony Berg (Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers). “Whose Side You’re On” is set for release later this month on March 25 alongside another Keene McRae directed video.
Next up, more* hit the road supporting HAIM in amphitheaters and sheds coast-to-coast this summer. Ritchotte will also notably hold down drum duties for HAIM. The three-week run kicks off on May 22 at Live Oak Bank Pavilion at Riverfront Park, visits major cities across North American, and concludes on June 14 in Bend, OR at Les Schwab Amphitheater.
more* closed out 2021 with the music video for the single “Lazy James.” Receiving critical acclaim,coup de mainspoke to the band in-depth and raved, “With guitar and drums leading the way, their old-school vocal and sonic sound is immediately attention-catching.”
Ritchotte and McRae will play Matt Johnson and Michael Tighe, respectively, in the upcoming film Everybody Here Wants You based on the life and music of the legendary Jeff Buckley and directed by Orian Williams. They not only accompany Buckley (Reeve Carney) on screen as his bandmates, but they will also perform the re-records of selections from his classic catalog. Production began at the top of 2022. Additionally, they will bring fictional band The Winters to life in the upcoming series Daisy Jones & The Six, releasing on Amazon this year.
Also available from more*, their first two EP’s. The latter has already gathered over half-a-million cumulative streams and counting.