Lev Moore Releases Debut Album ‘Nineteen Ninety Five’

‘Nineteen Ninety Five’ is the debut album from artist Lev Moore. The eleven tracks have been a long time in the making, Lev having started writing songs at the age of 15.

Citing his inspirations as including Harry Styles, and Adam Levine, Lev’s style sees him vocalise to a simple instrumental. It’s an effective method, his lyrics being like poetry set to music, and as such, making the message more easily accessible to the listener.

Moore describes each track on the album as being “a piece of me”, and capturing those special moments in his life, while sharing a strong positive message. Songs such as ‘Get Back To The Way It Was’ (track 4), and ‘Naked And Famous’ bring with them a true Southern California vibe – laid back, airy, ethereal. Even without seeing the song titles referencing Los Angeles, it’s instantly clear from first listen that the album has been released by someone who’s lived here, and knows the city well.

Lev makes use of synthetic vocalising instruments to alter his sound, which adds to the overall ethereal sound of the album, and the upbeat rhythms will quickly have you bopping along.

Lev Moore has always been an entertainer, starting out in acting at the age of 5, and working as a runway model. He has his own label and management company, and now he adds music to his growing résumé.

Life hasn’t always been a bed of roses for Lev Moore however. He came from an orphanage, and so has all too well known difficulties in his life. His achievements, his positive attitude, and now his album, ‘Nineteen Ninety Five’, all serve as a testimony to his determination and strength of character.

You can stream and download ‘Nineteen Ninety Five’ here, and find out more about Lev Moore and his music online on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramSpotify, and Apple Music.

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