Song Premiere: Early Morning Rebel Hypnotize Hearts With ‘Howl at The Moon’

Johnny Firecloud May 2, 2014

L.A.-based indie rockers Early Morning Rebel have found their way to success in a unique manner, playing various fashion shows around the world and ingratiating themselves within the esteemed pillars of the fashion community. It doesn’t hurt that their rock and soulful sounds – which were featured on “Grey’s Anatomy” not long ago – tug the heartstrings and inspire the soulful to stop what they’re doing. 

The band, composed of vocalist Nathan Blumenfeld-Jones, guitarist Dustin Bath, and drummer Josh Mervin, has grabbed the public’s attention in the time it takes most groups to settle on their name and haircuts. Their latest EP offering, Life Boat, furthers their distinction of sound and style, and CraveOnline is proud to exclusively premiere their latest track, “Howl At The Moon,” the latest track taken from the Life Boat EP. 

The song goes against type when compared to the band’s previous quieter singles.  “This song is about needing to be heard, needing to vent.” 

“Howl At The Moon” taps into the reality that sometimes the only way to process something without snapping is to scream.  More specifically, Blumenfeld-James notes it’s about expressing the frustration of trying to be noticed by the person you are in love with, but doesn’t love you back.

Pick up the Life Boat EP on iTunes, and keep up with Early Morning Rebel on Facebook, Twitter and their official site.


Photo Credit: Jonathan Belda

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