The Black Moods Conjure Their “Bluesiest” Song Yet With Conflicted Love Tune “The Cure”

[l-r: Chico Diaz, Josh Kennedy, Jordan Hoffman, Cover photo credit to Jim Louvau]

Phoenix, AZ Rock ‘n Roll trio The Black Moods have revealed the single and video for their latest track, “The Cure,” taken from their upcoming June 3rd, 2022, album Into The Night, coming via Wit Hustle/The Orchard /Steelhorse Entertainment. “The Cure” music video was directed by Jim Louvau & Tony Aguilera (Jerry Cantrell, Killer Be Killed).

Vocalist/guitarist Josh Kennedy says:

To me, ‘The Cure’ is the bluesiest song we have. It came together very naturally and has ALL the sex appeal in it. It’s a love song about something being so good, but so bad for you at the same time. She’s Bella Donna.

The Black Moods have previously shared three tracks from Into The Night: She Gets Out,” “Hollywood” and their current radio single, “Saturday Night”. The album was recorded with Grammy Award-nominated producer Johnny “K” Karkazis (3 Doors Down, Disturbed).

The Rock trio are heading out on a run of dates alongside Royal Bliss in addition to a handful of headlining shows and a stop in Mexico to take part in Roger Clyne’s Circus Mexicus festival.


5/25    Council Bluffs, IA @ Big Kels*

5/26    Cedar Rapids, IA @ Chrome Horse Saloon*

5/27    Keokuk, IA @ L-Treyns*

5/28    Madison, WI @ Bratfest

6/9-10  Puerto Penasco, MX – Circus Mexicus

6/18    Tucson, AZ – The Rock

6/24-25 Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ – Weekend In The Pines

7/23     Wisconsin Dells, WI – Crystal Grand Music Theatre (w/Scott Stapp)

*with Royal Bliss    

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