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On October 31st, Miami Horror kicks off a 17-date North American tour featuring an all star lineup. What began as a solo project by Plant, Miami Horror quickly grew into a four-piece live band. The new six-piece iteration of the show will now see the group as a living, breathing organism, ever-changing in their diverse musical influences. For the upcoming shows, the band will feature vocalists Reva Devito (Portland, OR), TC Milan (Brooklyn, NY) alongisde Melbourne local Queen Magic on guitar, while current vocalist and guitarist Josh Moriarty takes a much needed break from touring.
"Luv Is Not Enough" follows the single "Restless," which marked the band's shift toward their collaborative and production-based roots, marrying the funk elements of their past with a softer R&B-leaning vocal. It was a direction that Plant champions as the new incarnation of the project. "Restless" combines dreamy, lo-fi funk guitar, relaxed, 70s-esque drums, and a sultry, impassioned vocal. The sepia-glazed music video directed by Keenan Wetzel(Haux, Aisha Badru) finds an assortment of quirky characters coming together for some good old-fashioned tennis training and a spark of lust.
Supported by MUTO and Syrup