Nashville Alt-Rock Band Moon Taxi Releases “Two High”

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• May 5, 2017

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Nashville’s own alt-rock five piece Moon Taxi has released new single “Two High,” which was produced by the band’s lead guitarist Spencer Thomson. The single is also part of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. “Lyrically, ‘Two High’ is a song about hope,” expressed frontman Trevor Terndrup. “Hope for understanding, hope for acceptance, and hope for our future. We were inspired by the simple and universal peace sign. It’s a gesture we would like to see more of.”

The band recently performed for the Grammy Block Party in Nashville, and will return to Nashville to perform at the two-day Dylan Fest.

Moon Taxi includes vocalist/guitarist Trevor Terndrop, lead guitarist/producer Spencer Thomson, keyboardist Wes Bailey, bassist Tommy Putnam, and drummer Tyler Ritter.

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