Mitch Micoley of Moon Fever Discusses Riff-Based Approach to Songwriting on New EP!

Mitch Micoley of Moon Fever Discusses Riff-Based Approach to Songwriting on New EP!...

Interview by Robert Cavuoto

 

 

Moon Fever will be releasing their newest EP as a follow-up to their 2021 Payphone Blues EP.

With their raw riffing and unbridled passion for rock, this Seattle quartet featuring Triston Bracht (vocals), Mitch Micoley (guitar), Dave Orton (bass), and Troy Wageman (drums) have received critical acclaim for their single, “Getting Loud” which just hit the Top 40 at Active Rock. The EP is packed with songs that offer big riffs and even bigger grooves, with a healthy dose of swagger on “Nothing Left to Lose,” “I’m Gone,” and “Live Fast, Die Young.” There is no mistaking that Moon Fever are a soulful, maximum-blues-infused Rock & Roll band!

I had the pleasure of speaking with guitarist Mitch Micoley about the EP, the importance of road-testing songs before recording and releasing, his guitar approach to songwriting, what the band members bring out of each other, and their upcoming tour with Steel Panther! Remember, for more interviews and other daily content, make sure to follow My Global Mind on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we published daily.

 

 

 

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