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IndieShout-Out: Nuclear Family Fantasy

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Nuclear Family Fantasy’s singer and songwriter, Mossy Ross, wrote her debut album over the course of the last year. After her boyfriend went missing in June 2016 (and remains missing) due to complications from mental illness and addiction, and one of her best friends died in December 2016 for the same reasons; Mossy found solace in the outlet that music provided. She sings and plays bass and drums on the album, which explores how trying to survive in a society that still expects the masses to believe in the attainability of the American Dream can sometimes have tragic consequences. Fifteen percent of the proceeds from all music, merch, and ticket sales supports MusiCares.org.

Thank you for your time,

Mossy

 

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This album has a hard edge sound that pulls me back to the NY Punk Scene, the days of CBGBs and honesty killed the optimistic big apple daydreamers, we found empowerment in music and it became our voice.

Full on Raw and Honest, I admire the courage to keep moving on after so much tragedy, others will find meaning, solace and guidance in your words.

Every Track is the Truth Pill for the Believers.

 

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I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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