Mary Moore is a folk-pop, indie-pop artist living in Nashville, TN. With powerhouse vocals and storytelling lyrics, she has been captivating stages and connecting to people from all walks of life. Mary’s vocals are comparable to the power of Brandi Carlile and Florence + the Machine, but also with the sweet, quirkiness of Regina Spektor. In July 2019, Mary released her debut EP “Rooted Heart” in, and the EP has racked up 100k streams. Mary also went on a tour all over the country, playing house concerts and Sofar Sounds shows from the Redwoods forest of San Francisco to the cobblestone streets of Boston.
‘Cold Hands’ is an indie-pop/singer-songwriter bop getting its title from the cheeky lyrics “you’re just something warm in the middle of the night to put my cold hands on.” Mary wrote the song after a late night hook up with a fling, where neither party wanted vulnerability, they only wanted to scratch the itch of meaningful relationship with a casual fling. A live version of ‘Cold Hands’ was featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” blog in March 2020. On Sept. 3rd, Mary is also releasing an angsty, fun music video for the song!
‘Cold Hands’ was written by Mary Moore. Co-produced and Mixed by Collin Pastore, and Jake Finch. Recording Artist: Matthew Koziol (Electric Guitar), Andrew Brown (Bass), Jake Finch (Drums, Keys, Acoustic Guitar), Collin Pastore (Pedal Steel) and Mary Moore (Lead Vocal, BGVs).