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We return to the golden hour this week, a fitting track to come home to. This song is the sun just below the mountains, a shirt that reflects in the warm light. This song is black boots and skinny jeans, growing your hair long and walking down Hollywood Blvd with your headphones in. This is the glorious feeling of solitude without loneliness, the sun is high, the pavement all but glitters in the yellow, dripping sky. This song is the pep in your step, knowing where you're heading and forgetting about the rest. This song is being pushed into the pool. This song is a roller disco. This song is a million times and places, but it's pure fun. 

Moontower is the pep band of your high-school homecoming. But the band isn't playing for the Football players as they jog across the rally. No, they are playing for the back of the bleachers, the seniors on the C team, the romantics without a date to the dance. "Long Hair" is about taking the failed expectations of growing up in the suburban USA and reclaiming them in celebration. Find your misfits and join the party. 

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About The Curator - Carah Wes

Originally from Seattle, WA, Carah Wes is an LA-based singer-songwriter and lyricist. Before choosing to follow her passion for music, Carah spent most of her time crafting words as an award-winning poet. Her deep connection to and fondness for the written word inspired her to become a strong, poignant lyricist.

Carah takes influences from a wide variety of places; from Troye Sivan to Fleetwood Mac, or The 1975 to Dashboard Confessional, you can be sure that Carah’s music is passionate, emotional and authentic at its core. She believes there is great power in music, and hopes to bring the love to all those who are graced to hear her.

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