New Release Supports Black Lives Matter Movement
That’s the recurring lyric to the song “More Love” from Jeremy Buck and Moe Z MD, and they have now released an acoustic version, which debuted on Friday, June 5, during Buck’s Facebook live stream show, Live at the Chateau Motel.
“Moe Z and I wrote this song and first released it on Valentines Day of 2017, as we were concerned with the growing division and polarization of the world based on the political atmosphere stemming from the 2016 election,” Buck explained. “We felt the need to try and communicate and share a more positive message of love and respect.
“After the recent events that have unfolded with the tragic death of George Floyd, along with a global pandemic that has the world on lockdown, we felt the urge to revisit the song ‘More Love’ in hopes that we could shine a light on love and positivity as well as strength and unity as we move forward in these trying times.
“Moe Z and I have grown up in completely different worlds, yet our compassion and connection through music has formed a bond that has allowed us both to grow spiritually and professionally together regardless of our differences, and for that I am forever grateful!”
Buck, whose band Jeremy Buck and the Bang and has nearly 725K YouTube views for his song “Turn My Ship Around,” has been recording songs and performing in the Los Angeles area as well as doing national tours, for nearly two decades. You’ve probably heard his music on TV, especially with his most recent placement of “All My Broken Pieces” in the hit ABC Network TV show “Whiskey Cavalier” as well as “Meet Me in the Middle” on the CW Network’s “Life Sentence.” along with another major TV commercial for ABARTH in Europe with “Every Day & Every Night.”
Moe Z MD has been a producer for Tupac Shakur, was John Mellencamp’s keyboard player Both he and Buck and played with Morris Day and the Time with Snoop Dogg on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last October.
The original “More Love” song video, which shows people from around the world holding up signs showing love, can be viewed here on YouTube.
The “More Love” audio track is be available to stream on Spotify. Buy a “More Love” t-shirt on Jeremy Buck’s Website and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local inner city music education program.