Andrew Neil And Code Purple Share Whimsical Narrative On ‘Blue Moon’

Andrew Neil & Code Purple’s latest single, “Blue Moon,” emerges as a whimsical narrative set against an alternative rock backdrop, blending influences from garage to progressive rock.

The track, co-written by Andrew Neil and Logan Wayne, embarks on themes of friendship, adventure, and the enigmatic allure of a night under a blue moon, symbolizing rare and transformative experiences. This single delves into the unpredictability of life, urging listeners to seize the moment and embrace the excitement of the unknown.

The song’s narrative, inspired by an owl and a “Were Were Werewolf,” serves as a metaphor for youthful rebellion and the magic of companionship. “Blue Moon” stands as a celebration of life’s special moments, echoing Andrew Neil’s personal journey of overcoming mental illness and finding joy and love.

The connection to Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London” adds a layer of whimsy, while the celestial metaphor of a blue moon reflects the song’s theme of hope and resilience.

Andrew Neil’s musical career, marked by a transition from a promising athletic and military path to a prolific songwriter after a life-altering injury, showcases a narrative of resilience. His discography, influenced by outsider music and characterized by lo-fi recordings and profound lyricism, mirrors his battle with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and his continuous fight against mental illness.

The formation of Andrew Neil & Code Purple and their musical evolution culminates in the album ‘Resurrection,’ a testament to Andrew Neil’s mantra, “Music makes a difference in this jello world.” Their music not only explores the depths of human emotion and the complexities of life but also serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration for listeners navigating their paths.

“Blue Moon” by Andrew Neil & Code Purple is a message of empowerment, an invitation to explore the night’s enchantment, and a reminder of the transformative power of rare moments.

Listen to “Blue Moon” below!


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