Glory Under Dangerous Skies Equates to Moist Weather

Moist - Glory Under Dangerous SkiesAlternative rock band Moist, formed in Vancouver, burst onto the scene in 1994 with “Silver” and scored a total of nine Top 40 hits, including a hat trick of Top 10s, up to 1999 when a hiatus was announced. Three albums had been released, one triple platinum and two platinum, and two JUNO Awards won. Lead singer David Usher enjoyed a prolific solo career in the new millennium engaging in various collaborations with other artists. Recently, Usher reformed Moist with new members on board, and the band has just released its first album in 15 years, Glory Under Dangerous Skies, recorded in Toronto. Fans of 90s alternative rock are no doubt cheering the return of Moist as well as The Tea Party these days, especially given that the two Canadian greats haven’t really reinvented their sound. It is as if they were never on sabbaticals. Glory Under Dangerous Skies is filled with gritty feel-good anthems, spicy vocal delivery, and intense musicianship. After 15 years, Moist never really dried up and we’re glad for that.  iTunes