Mothé shares a “photobooth” (John “JC” Carr & Bill Coleman 808 BEACH Mix)

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Mothé (she/they) released his single “photobooth” last September, and now he’s seeing a reboot courtesy of 808 BEACH. The Brooklyn and UK-based duo have worked on remixes for Sia and Billy Porter, among others. photobooth (John “JC” Carr & Bill Coleman 808 BEACH Mix) is out now via Slowlab Records and available at all digital retailers.

Said Mothé, “I spend a lot of time in queer clubs and dancing is a big part of my life, so it’s very exciting to share that part of myself in a small way through the remix of ‘photobooth ‘. Dance music is my secret biggest influence, I hope it reaches long time partiers and people who are just starting to feel open to expressing themselves through partying. It’s a lovely world and I think this remix makes the whole project a bit more inclusive”

‘photobooth’ was written and produced by Mothé and Robert Adam Stevenson. The video for ‘photobooth’ was directed by Derek Rathbun.

Mothé will embark on a co-headlining tour with Chloe Lilac. The “Big Night Out” tour kicks off in Santa Ana, California. For a complete list of tour dates and to purchase tickets, www.motheworld.com.

Over the past two years, the production of Mothé, the dynamic indie-pop project conceived by Spencer Fort, has been prolific. After calling a day with previous band Moth Wings and moving to Los Angeles in 2019 from the Texas metropolis of Houston, Fort (she/they) had a career-changing collision with the former A Silent Film frontman. Robert Stevenson while the two wrote and produced for other artists at famed Revolver Recordings in Los Angeles, the studio owned by Mikal Blue (OneRepublic, Jason Mraz).

Mothé’s first release, the six-track EP Cindi, arrived via singer-songwriter Fort’s own label, Slowlab Records, during the collective shutdown of the world in 2020. Here, the multi-instrumentalist s is inspired by rich and varied personal experiences such as cutting your teeth while playing guitar in punk bands at parties in Texas and fully immersing yourself in the magical world and rite of passage of The Rocky Horror Picture Show at an impressionable age. A series of brilliant and heart-pounding synth-rock singles like “Debt Collector” and “Dancing On An Empty Floor” followed, culminating in I Don’t Want You To Worry Anymore, Mothé’s 2022 debut album, and their first tour. , in the first part of The Epaves.

But despite the album’s recent release, Fort finds that his storytelling role is growing rapidly. “photobooth”, a euphoric new slice of power-pop, is just one of many other Mothé releases that can be expected in the coming months. “I think one of my goals in life is to draw conclusions,” Fort points out, regarding their penchant for frequently coming up with material with introspective lyrics. “I just feel like I’m always trying to answer the question ‘Why?’ really desperately.”

Listen to the new mix here:


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