Grouplove And Moment House Unite For “This Is This Moment”

SUBSCRIPTION FOR EXCLUSIVE MONTHLY LIVESTREAM CONCERT SERIES ON SALE TOMORROW HERE
PREMIERE PERFORMANCE SET FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 11TH

Chart-topping recording artists Grouplove are teaming up with premium digital live platform Moment House to launch a first-of-its-kind subscription-based live series; This is This Moment goes on sale to the general public tomorrow, February 17th HERE.

This is This Moment is a livestream concert series that will allow fans to purchase a subscription to an exclusive monthly live performance, set to begin Thursday, March 11th with new shows following every second Thursday of each month. Each and every show will feature a completely unique set list, including complete album performances, unreleased music, rarely played fan favorites, surprise cover versions, Q&As and much more. Complete details can be found now HERE.

Hailed by SPIN as “a masterpiece,” Grouplove’s fourth studio album, Healer, arrived on March 13th of 2020, as the world was beginning to come to a halt. Despite having to reimagine their album rollout and cancel their certified climate positive tour, Grouplove kept busy and saw many successes throughout the year. The album included the singles, “Youth,” “Inside Out,” and the top 5 Alternative Radio hit, “Deleter,” all of which were joined by official companion videos directed by award-winning cinematographer Chris Blauvelt (Meek’s Cutoff, Mid90s) and streaming now via the band’s official YouTube channel HERE.

The band followed Healer with a number of exclusive releases including a new version of Tom Petty’s classic “Wildflowers,” which first premiered as part of the annual Tom Petty Birthday Bash on SiriusXM’s Tom Petty Radio. In addition, October 2020 saw Grouplove unveil the powerful single, “Broken Angel.” Written by Grouplove and produced by Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado (The Killers, The Flaming Lips), the track was originally released as a 12” picture disc for Record Store Day 2020 backed by “Trip On Me.” Proceeds from “Broken Angel” benefit The Pittsburgh Foundation’s Mac Miller Fund. Created to carry on Miller’s artistic and creative legacy, The Mac Miller Fund supports programming, resources and opportunities to youth from underserved communities, helping them recognize their full potential through exploration in the arts and community building.

Grouplove is: Hannah Hooper, Christian Zucconi, Andrew Wessen, Daniel Gleason, and Benjamin Homola.