An interesting take on the crippling aspect of money, Northern National are premiering their new song “MoneyBlind” right here at New Noise Magazine. Packed with smooth guitar tones and a candid vocal performance, “MoneyBlind” is rather heartfelt in its approach. The song’s opening is a perfect prologue to the song’s catchy refrain. Teaming up with producer, Dan Stringer once again and mastering by John Davis of Metropolis Mastering (U2, Lana Del Ray, Royal Bloods), the single seamlessly bridges the gap between southern, indie, & alternative rock in a little under four minutes. Simply put, “MoneyBlind” is a track that makes listeners feel worthy of their paths in life.
Based in Dallas, Texas, Northern National was originally formed by pianist and lyricist, Michael Kanne and vocalist, Michael Rossi. In 2016, the band secured their official line up as the five-person band with the additions of drummer, Anthony Comas, bassist, Dylan Greene, and lead guitarist, Andrew Supulski. All coming from different backgrounds, each musician brings different influences to the table, making for a unique and fresh approach to alternative rock. Recently embracing a southern alternative rock vibe, Northern National is a versatile band that can write soul and pop tunes, and can just as easily flip the switch and dive deeper in the rock spectrum when needed, keeping listeners intrigued with what they’ll do next.
“To us, it’s a warning and reminder that however much success we achieve – to not sacrifice the people, morals, and loved ones that matter in your life to achieve that success. The road might be slower, but it’ll be worth it in the end. Don’t be ‘MoneyBlind.’” – Northern National