Betty Moon Releases New Music Video For “Crazy (What You Make Me)”
The Los Angeles based producer and recording artist releases the pulsing new music video for the single included on her latest album ‘Hellucination’
(LOS ANGELES, CA) - 12.17.2019 - Betty Moon, the Southern California based songwriter, producer and director has released a new music video for her song “Crazy (What You Make Me)”. The clip premiered this week via Guitar Girl and can be seen on Youtube.
“Crazy (What You Make Me)” is Betty Moon’s closing track on the 2019 album ‘Hellucination’ and is the final release of the year as she puts the final touches on new music in the studio. Directed by Moon, she takes the viewer on a visual rollercoaster inside her mind, which comes off euphoric but tells a relatable story of relationships gone awry. Mental health is the topical issue on this track for Betty Moon and her being accused of it and accusing her partner in a playful but seriously intense way resonates with many of us in the chorus. Her distinct 90’s rock and electronic influences can be heard throughout the track, and the video takes the music to new levels with its intensity, glamour and pulsing house energy and synth textures.
Betty Moon has roots in Toronto and has been releasing music since her 1991 major label debut via A&M Records. Moon releases all her music and content via her label Evolver Music, Inc, which is located along with her studio in Malibu, California. Her most recent releases via Evolver include ‘Pantomania’ and ‘Chrome’ and have earned media coverage from Huffington Post, Billboard, Alternative Nation, LA Times, Stencil Magazine, Exclaim!, Vents, Side Stage Magazine, Spill Magazine, Tattoo.com and much more.
Moon’s music draws influence from underground sounds ranging from rock, soul, punk rock, electronic and electro-pop soaked with aggressive, empowering, yet somehow soothing, electrifying the listener with it’s big bold energy. Moon wrote, produced and mixed her latest album ‘Hellucination’, and continues to inject genuine sex appeal, soulful vocal prowess and massive production all the while experimenting with new sounds and modern genre trends.
Moon has continued to defy industry trends, earning worldwide retail airplay, online and college radio rotation and record numbers via over 10,000 Spotify followers, 1.6M+ Facebook fans and over 50,000 followers on Instagram. “Save My Soul”, “Crazy (What You Make Me)” and the album ‘Hellucination’ can be streamed via retail music outlets worldwide.
About Betty Moon:
Betty Moon is a Toronto-born singer, songwriter, producer, and filmmaker. Known for her sultry voice, rock n' roll attitude and visionary appeal, Moon is an always-evolving tour de force. Moon's music has been featured in a variety of television shows and films including Californication, Dexter, Bounty Hunters, Walking the Dead directed by Melanie Ansley, and Last Gasp starring Robert Patrick.
Moon's first album deal was with A&M Records, and her self-titled debut LP was released while living and touring throughout Canada. She has been nominated for four CASBY Awards including Best Album of the Year, Best Single of the Year, Best Video of the Year, and Best Artist of the Year. Moon released multiple records after her debut album, which includes Doll Machine (EMI), STIR (St. Clair), Demon Flowers and multiple releases via her label Evolver Music including Rollin' Revolution, Amourphous and Pantomania.
In 2010, Moon relocated to Los Angeles and released her 5th album Rollin' Revolution, which garnered airplay on famed L.A. rock radio station KROQ. In 2013, Moon was a featured artist at the Sunset Strip Music Festival, sharing the stage with Marilyn Manson, Steve Aoki and The Offspring. She continues to be a regular performer at iconic venues such as The Roxy, Whisky a Go Go, and The Viper Room in Hollywood. Her collaboration with top music industry professionals includes Kenny Aronoff, Brendan Buckley, Wes Scantlin, John Christ, and Chris Lord-Alge.
Moon’s most recent and 9th studio release ‘Hellucination’ was released on May 17th, 2019.