The Morelings: Birth of a New Myth



The Morelings are one of those acts that once you’ve listened to their music you just don’t have any other option but to get seriously addicted into what they make. Formed by Kedra Caroline (bass/vocals) and Matthew William (guitars) the band that currently performs live as a quintet, managed to prove once again in the last 72 hours the reason why they undoubtedly stand out as one of the most exhilarating cases of talent and aesthetic intentionality that can be found in the current indie music scene.




Last Sunday they’ve literally taken The Psychedelic Furs song hit “Heaven” to idyllic domains by means of an absolutely superlative cover of that song released on the compilation “Highwire Days, The Psychedelic Furs´ Reverence” via TBTCI Records.




Just twenty-four hours later they would premiere the video-single “We Were” in anticipation of their more than awaited debut album Same Century due out September 26th. The “We Were” music video masterfully directed by filmmaker Bob Sweeney, represents an outstanding example of the dreamlike, wistful and evocative timelessness around which The Morelings have been steady and coherently building some of the most matchless beautiful contemporary independent music we can come across.