Electric Beethoven has unveiled a new single, “Moonlight Sonata”, via Eddie Roberts’ new record label and multi-media platform, Color Red. The release marks the fourth for Electric Beethoven via Color Red, as Reed Mathis, Todd Stoops, Clay Welch, and Josh Raymer put their funky spin on Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Quasi una fantasia”. The band previously released “The Ninth”, “For Elise”, and “The Fifth”.
Electric Beethoven’s new tune “Moonlight Sonata” was produced by Mathis at Color Red Studios in Denver and mixed by Jeff Franca (Thievery Corporation).
Reed Mathis notes that,
‘Moonlight Sonata’ is one of the most iconic chord progressions in history. It was the direct inspiration behind classics ranging from The Beatles’ ‘Because’ to Radiohead’s ‘Exit Music For a Film’ and countless other haunting melodies in modern times. The fourth track on the Color Red series will be followed up by additional releases and will culminate in a full-length album to be released later in 2019.
Listen to Electric Beethoven’s new tune “Moonlight Sonata” below:
Electric Beethoven – “Moonlight Sonata”
[Audio: Color Red]
As Mathis noted, Electric Beethoven will continue to gradually rollout singles, which will culminate in a full-length album to be released later in 2019.
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