Dallas, TX-based indie alt-rock band Northern National have released a new track called “MoneyBlind,” a single that follows in the steps of their debut EP, The New Age, which released last year.
Sonically, Northern National has been compared to bands such as X Ambassadors, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Kings of Leon and Imagine Dragons. With an ever-growing fan base across the US, they aim to set out on their first national tour this year. The band considers the legendary House of Blues in Dallas their second home and have played festivals such as SXSW and Red Gorilla. Northern National has shared the stage with notable artists such as Andy Grammer, Echosmith, Mat Kearney, MAGIC!, and more.
If you’re looking for something fresh to listen to this week, take a listen to “MoneyBlind,” I don’t think you’re going to regret it.
The band had this to say about the new track:
“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.’”