“Kill The Sun” Serves as a Great Teaser for Motherfolk’s Upcoming Record

Motherfolk is a band that has been on our radar for quite some time now. “Kill The Sun” is their latest song that dives into the realm of indie-pop and indie-rock. Starting off with a catchy and powerful lead vocal, Motherfolk grips the listener in straight away. “Kill The Sun” has moments that feel a bit more soulful and somber. Overall the song has very catchy hook melodies and develops into a funky beat that makes the listener want to get up and dance. The chorus hook is quite unexpected but fits in the song nonetheless.

Motherfolk will be releasing a full length record “Family Ghost” on October 18th and then taking off on a long tour! We have posted the dates below. We highly suggest going to see this incredible act live in concert.

Listen to the song on Spotify now:

Kill The Sun was written with the intention of writing a party song that still had substance. It’s the only type of music you hear on the radio nowadays—fun, exciting, night life and alcohol-driven party songs. I think underneath the facade lies a subtle emptiness people cover up. Kill The Sun is the attempt to expose the misery we hide in that genre and lifestyle. Behind the intoxication of the night is our fear of having to wake up in the morning.” – Motherfolk


Catch Motherfolk Live:

10/19 – Rumba Cafe – Columbus, OH

10/20 – Sofar Sounds – Chicago, IL

10/21 – Sofar Sounds – Chicago, IL

10/23 – Subterranean – Chicago, IL *

10/24 – Sofar Sounds – Kansas City, MO

10/25 – Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO *

10/26 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT *

10/27 – Sofar Sounds – Seattle, WA

10/28 – Vera Project – Seattle, WA *

10/29 – Paris Theatre – Portland, OR*

10/31 – Swedish American Hall – San Francisco, CA*

11/1 -Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA*

11/2 – Lodge Room – Los Angeles, CA*

11/3 – Nile Underground – Mesa, AZ*

11/5 – Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX*

11/6 – Club Dada – Dallas, TX*

11/7 – High Watt – Nashville, TN*

11/8 – Legends – Cincinnati, OH*

*= with Mat Kerekes

Written by Ryan Cassata

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