Babylon Shakes unveil new single “Seven Sisters Seven Moons”
Babylon Shakes consisting of lead vocalist / guitarist Chris Clark, drummer Jeff Mortimer, guitarist Gary Jordan and bassist Dave Elmore have released a new digital single titled “Seven Sisters Seven Moons.”
Clark posted the following message on his Facebook page earlier today about the new single:
“It’s here! Written in the middle of the pandemic and what seemed to be a hopeless time- this song is all about the need for human interaction- the digital realm is no substitute for togetherness, conversation and warmth.
I really hope you like it. It represents a new era for us and a bit of a change in direction that we are truly happy with and have found an endless well of inspiration in.
In an interview with Sleaze Roxx back in May 2019, Clark was asked to share something about each band member that people might not be aware of to which he stated: “Dave Elmore is a crane operator by day. Yes, tiny little guy in a giant machine. He also has exquisite taste in fashion, paisley shirts and leopard boots. Jeff Mortimer is an IT professional by day and can quote complete passages of movie dialogs like ‘Fletch’, ‘Anchorman’ and ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’. He does a wicked David Lee Roth impression and is an avid fan of the old ‘Hollywood Squares’ game show. Gary Jordan is a property manager and can fix and build literally anything. We always stop at Wawa when we travel and he’s all about those pickles in a pouch. I am a visual designer by day when I’m not combing thrift shops for blouses. I also do a pretty good Johnny Carson imitation and I enjoy a good chicken parm sandwich.”
Babylon Shakes‘ “Seven Sisters Seven Moons” single: