Electro-Pop trio Moontower’s has released their second single off their forthcoming four-track EP titled Bury Me. The song is about the fear of dying a martyr and the importance of self-care so you can be better for the world, even in the face of the things that scare you the most.
Frontman Jacob Culver speaks about Bury Me :
Jacob Culver, the lead singer of Moontower said this:
I wrote this song last year during a time of fear and uncertainty, similar to the chaos of the current climate… A synagogue my family attends had been the target of a mass shooting, some of the artists I look up to most took their own lives, and it felt like the world took steps backwards on LGBTQ+ rights. As a proud Jewish & bisexual person who has struggled with depression, I became acutely aware of the hate I may invite into my life. Bury Me was written as a reminder to myself to NOT let fear silence passion. If I can show people anything through this song, it’s the importance of taking care of yourself so you can be better for the world.
Moontower has built an impressive following in just over a year and has supported the likes of Cold War Kids, Yungblud and more. They are ready to build on that momentum with six headline shows planned around their EP released, including LAs Troubadour.