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MARTY'S NOTE TO
THE TROOPS
A 12-year run is coming to an end. (9/18a)
MEMO FROM JON
Platt heading to Sony/ATV. (9/17a)
THE MORPHING MEANING OF A&R
Tina, Tubby, Steven, Derrick and Tim weigh in. (9/17a)
CHART STORY: ONE NATION UNDER STATION
McCartney's first #1 debut. (9/17a)
NEW RELEASES,
CARRIED FORWARD
Sitting "Pretty." (9/18a)
RAINMAKERS
The ones making history now.
WHO'S NEXT?
Who will be the next big pub and label players?
THOUGHTS ON LUNCH?
Like, will it ever get here?
THE KIDS
They're leaning on the button.
THE B-SIDE
Lo Moon (Columbia)
2/27/18

WHAT IT IS: This L.A.-based band released their shimmering debut, “Loveless,” in 2016. Since then, they’ve put out a series of singles, including “This Is It,” which went Top 7 on the AAA airplay chart, and most recently, “Real Love.” Their self-titled debut album—produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie) and Francois Tetaz (Gotye)—is a dark, luscious collection of songs full of rock crescendos and sparkling electronics, which has led to comparisons with bands like The xxSigur Ros and Talk Talk. It features appearances from The War on Drugs’ Adam Granduciel and Charlie Hall, as well as The Blue Nile’s P.J. Moore.
ALBUM: Lo Moon
RELEASE DATE: 2/23
SINGLE: “Real Love”
TV: Recent appearances on Kimmel (Jan) and Corden (Feb)
LIVE: Festival dates have included Governors BallLollapalooza and SXSW; supported PhoenixThe War on DrugsGlass AnimalsLondon Grammar and Air in 2017; preparing for first headline tours of North America (March-April) and U.K. (May); 2018 festivals include NYC’s Panorama
INTERNET: 6m+ Spotify streams for “Loveless,” video at more than 1m views on YouTube
RADIO: “Real Love” impact date 2/26; early adds at WFUVKRVBKJACWNCSWPYA; “This Is It” reached the Top 10 on AAA chart; inaugural members of NPR’s Slingshot; recent appearances on NPR Tiny Desk, Weekend Edition and World Café
PRESS: NYT’s Governors Ball’s 10 Best Sets, NPR (“Shimmering, immersive and otherworldly… as intimate as it is anthemic”), LAT(“a sweet spot between the forthright, romantic allure of Sade with the analog-synth clatter and sheen of Massive Attack”), Billboard’s 10 Rock & Alternative Acts to Watch in 2018, VarietyV, more
BOOKING: Marlene Tsuchii/CAA
PUBLISHING: Sony/ATV
MANAGEMENT: Matt SadieSimon White/United Management