Love By Numb3rs Finds Art-Inspiration For ‘Earth Needs A Moon’

Portland, Maine-based Indie trio Love By Numb3rs, including co-vocalists Dan Connor and Anna Lombard alongside multi-instrumentalist Jon Roods, have released the single and video for “Earth Needs A Moon”. This marks the first single and title track from their second album that’s due out September 30th, 2022. Like many of their previous videos, this one was self-directed.

The video for “Earth Needs A Moon” was shot in Industry, Maine featuring its rolling hills, back roads, and expansive landscapes with wildflowers and fields. It’s based on a story and art by the band’s friend Pat Corrigan and his drawings are brought to life in the video.

Anna Lombard adds:

Pat Corrigan is a very celebrated artist of many mediums and one of our dearest friends.  When I stumbled upon his Instagram post, I was specifically really drawn to the content of the conversation bubbles in his drawings talking about the earth and the moon. I felt this overwhelming feeling of some semblance of cosmic connection, as though stars had aligned between what his drawings were meant to convey and the concept/context behind writing this song.  It couldn’t have just been by coincidence.  So we felt very compelled to dig deeper and bring his drawings to life by reenacting them within our video.

The album Earth Needs a Moon was Produced by Connor and Lombard and it was recorded at Fisher’s Waterhouse on Peaks Island as well as the band’s South Ranch studio.

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