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Lay Low Moon is an Indie-Folk-Pop collective built around the songs of Seán McKenna and is comprised of Seán and various friends around Boston, MA. The name Lay Low Moon was inspired by some lyrics from the Beck song, “Guess I’m Doing Fine” — off of the album, Sea Change, a collection that inspired McKenna’s early songwriting. Their sound and songwriting have been compared to Ryan Adams, Mojave 3, Neil Young, The Essex Green and Jeffrey Gaines. In various forms, Lay Low Moon has performed at many of the well established venues around the Greater Boston area, including Club Passim, The Middle East and many others.
In 2015, a version of their song, "Thru & Thru" was featured on a compilation titled One Hundred Thousand Voices, with proceeds benefiting a great charity organization called 'Active Minds,' who's mission is to provide mental health outreach on college campuses around the country.
Having released two EPs, respectively titled One Summer and One Winter in 2014, Lay Low Moon is currently working on it's first full length album.