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A band with eight personalities could be a recipe for conflict, but Word of Mouth focuses on harmony — within the band, with their audience, and even with the universe.
“It’s about bringing people together through different styles of music and remembering our interconnectedness to the universe,” says vocalist/guitarist Melissa “MothaBug” Hagerty.
Fellow singer Lucia Aurora Garcia, also known for her side project Electric Grandma, adds:
“We integrate our energies regularly through meditation and manifestation.”
Call it divine intervention or luck or coincidence, but Word of Mouth, WoM for short, discovered after embracing their name — suggested casually by a friend when they were already playing gigs to unexpectedly large crowds — that “‘WoM’ is written everywhere,” percussionist Taylor Locke explains.
“It shows up in both ancient and modern symbols, in natural patterns and sacred geometry. It’s even written in the stars.”
WoM hopes their shows are much more than just a good time for their audiences.
“Word of Mouth is on a mission — a coalition bringing ancient wisdom, bridging the division,” rapper and wordsmith Max “Miggs” Lipson shares.
Adds Locke: “The two-year process of writing this album has been one of the most inspirational experiences of our lives. Our goal is to share that inspiration and to remind people that they are capable of doing anything.”
Originally posted by JacKatMtn
reply to post by eleven44
Would it be possible to play those two tracks on the After Midnight show we do each Friday?
Ask your crew and let us know