Song of the week: "Red Eye" from The Moondoggies

Back in October I got to spend some time in the studio with Everett band The Moondoggies while they worked on their new record “Adios I’m A Ghost” which is one of the coolest titles I’ve ever heard.

This week we got a sneak peek at the new record when The Moondoggies released their song “Red Eye.” It’s so good I have had it on repeat for the last few days.

Hoping to get some more of “Adios I’m A Ghost” when The Moondoggies play the Historic Everett Theater tonight for the Everett Music Initiative (which I work with) first birthday party. Tickets are $15 at the door and the show is all ages. Motopony, Hot Bodies In Motion and River Giant are all on the bill as well. Music starts at 9 p.m. and it’s going to be a good one.

Click here to hear “Red Eye” from The Moondoggies.

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