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“Out Here” shows the sweet, no-frills side of Morreale’s songwriting - a simple song about how it feels to be unsure. Each member of the live band behind her has his or her own voice within the track, too, showcasing the strength of her old-school soul sensibility. “Out Here” is the second of five tracks on EP “Daytime Moon.” After her short West Coast tour in July, Olivia has continued to play selections from the EP at Los Angeles venues such as Writer’s Block LA on August 14th, Echo Park Rising on August 19th, and the Hotel Café on September 9th.
LA-based funk/soul artist Olivia Morreale gets in the groove with her debut single “Daytime Moon,” released on July 6th, 2018 - the single is the first on a five-track EP of the same title. The track starts with bluesy solo piano, throwing it back to the jazz and blues of Liv’s childhood and musical upbringing; the powerhouse vocals, horns, and live instrumentation are a snapshot of what it’s like as a listener at her sexy, groove-based live show. Lyrically, the track touches on themes of longing and the feeling of belonging, influenced by the writing of indie songwriter/poets and old souls alike.