Moore Ave Underground Wrangle Bad Dreams + Good Wisdom with New Single “6 Feet”

Fri Apr 09, 2021

Canadian pop-punk skate-rockers Moore Ave Underground usher audiences into their dreamscapes with the release of this, their new single “6 Feet”.

The song’s inspiration stems from a subliminal vision band member Josh Gaudette had where his dad was dying, the band — which also includes Josh’s brothers Joseph and Jack, as well as Shawn MacDonald — shares.

Check out “6 Feet” on YouTube here:

“Essentially, he was giving me his last words, and pieces of advice to take with me into the future,” Josh continues. “But with my dad still being alive and well, it was even weirder for me being at his bedside as he was ailing within the dream. Even more disturbing was receiving the call that he was gone…

Moore Ave Underground Release National Punk-Pop Anthem in New Single, “Beanies and Plaid Jackets”

Fri Aug 14, 2020

“We added a pretty rad breakdown and some chanting to make it a fun, Canadian punk rock anthem,” says Canadian pop-punk skate-rockers Moore Ave Underground of their new single, “Beanies and Plaid Jackets.”

Intriguing, yes. But let’s back it up a bit.

First, let’s establish that Moore Ave Underground is made up of Josh, Joseph and Jack Gaudette  and Shawn MacDonald.

Then, let’s parse its concept, which is fluid-Ish.

“Moore Ave Underground refers to our family home’s basement,” Josh says. “When I took up music, the basement was already filled with a foosball table, a hockey table, and a bar that no one ever used. We convinced my mom and dad to make some hard choices, and ended up bidding a fond farewell to it all in order to make room for instruments.”

“It became something special,” he continues. “Soon, friends, family and contributors started coming and going and creating. We have witnessed those who never believed their musical ability was possible grow into accomplished performers.