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Under the Radar Premiere “Take Me Outside” – In My Dreams US Release April 29


By Joshua M. Miller, Under The Radar
Photo by Matt Williams

Later this month, 25-year-old Canadian singer/songwriter Mo Kenney will re-release her sophomore album In My Dreams in the US. It was originally released in Canada in 2014 and was nominated for a Juno Award. Today, we’re premiering her latest single “Take Me Outside.”

The song – and album as a whole – draws from Kenney’s newfound confidence to be fully honest and not hold any of her feelings back in her lyrics. In the song, she sings about the pressures of life getting to her, even singing “take me outside and blow my fucking head off,” and musing that she “won’t last a year if I’m alone out here.”

Kenney had the following to say about her long journey to record the song: Read More


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Mo Kenney’s JUNO Award Nominated LP “In My Dreams” Set for US Release April 29th.


One of 2016’s most promising musicians is Mo Kenney, an award-winning songsmith whose “career-making” (Toronto Star) album In My Dreams will see its US release on April 29th. The “unmistakable voice” (Canadian Musician) teamed with producer and Canadian rock icon Joel Plaskett to record an album “full of experiments, surprises and sonic delights” (‘CBC). “Telephones:” the first single and video from the album is a great example of the tart lyrics and guitar fueled muscle that drives the songs on the album.

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