“Tonight The Moonlight Let Me Down” is the perfect song to celebrate the band’s new record: an upbeat catchy rock driven number that displays Black Star Riders’ distinctive sonic trademark.
The single further enhances the band’s reputation as one of the most essential acts within today’s rock music scene, also showcasing their broad songwriting ability, which draws inspiration from every corner of the genre. The stunning saxophone solo played by legendary Hanoi Rocks Michael Monroe is a prime example of Black Star Riders’ craft.
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The band’s front-man Ricky Warwick comments:“A wonderful Scott Gorham guitar riff, a killer saxophone solo from Michael Monroe and a lyric about that first heartbreak and sense of loss but the memories are always there to keep you warm, all signed, sealed and delivered with a big sloppy kiss from Black Star Riders.”
Black Star Riders guitar legend Scott Gorham adds: “It was such a fun album to make and to pick a favourite song is tough. But Tonight the Moonlight…is definitely in my top 9!”