March 21, 2010
MOONALICE SINGLE “IT’S 4:20 SOMEWHERE” SURPASSES 200,000 DOWNLOADS!!!
Band with no manager, label or publicist leverages Twitter/Facebook
March 15, 2010 (Howling Monkey, CA) – To the astonishment of an entire tribe, Moonalice’s new single “It’s 4:20 Somewhere” has been downloaded 208,719 times since its introduction on November 13, 2009. It has been less than six weeks since we surpassed 100,000 downloads. Three-fourths of the downloads have been in the lossless FLAC format. Recorded, mixed, and mastered for a mere $5,000, “It’s 4:20 Somewhere” is available only on the web and only for free. The FLAC version can be found at http://moonalice.bit.ly/2uZpcY
Moonalice is a San Francisco band featuring John Molo on drums, Barry Sless on lead guitar, Pete Sears on bass and keyboards, Ann McNamee on bass and keyboards, and Chubby Wombat Moonalice on bass and guitar.
To celebrate the success of the single, Moonalice is touring nationally, with in southern California this week and then the northeast next week.
Moonalice invented the Twittercast concert, where it shares links to songs for an entire show, either live or after the fact. Moonalice has done 72 Twittercasts (and Facecasts, as the Facebook equivalent is known) and also broadcasts a song an hour over Twitter via Moonalice radio.
On the web, Moonalice can be found at http://www.moonalice.com, as well as on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/moonalice) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/moonalice). The full collection of Moonalice videos can be found at http://www.MoonaliceTV.com or on YouTube.
Confirmed dates on the Moonalice tour are below. The schedule is nearly complete for the next two months, but many summer dates will be added soon.