Interview with a Moon Man by Decatur IL’s Herald & Review

December 17, 2012
afternoon moon

We had an amazing time this past Friday in Decatur, and Jim Vorel, writer for Decatur’s Herald & Review Entertainment section, had a chat with Jordan before the show.  Follow the H&R image below to read the full interview.

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Daniels describes their writing as “truthful but goofy.” The music of Afternoon Moon approaches subjects such as “friendship, adventure and the search for wisdom” from a wry, good-natured perspective, with the Daniels twins leading the way and emitting what Jordan referred to as “a family vibe.”

“We just sing about life and we don’t claim to know too much,” he said. “How it affects an audience is really up to them, I think. At this point in our careers, I think we’re still making music largely for us, and discovering more about ourselves. I think the music we make is a genuinely fun time.”

Interview with a Moon Man by Decatur IL’s Herald & Review

December 17, 2012
afternoon moon

We had an amazing time this past Friday in Decatur, and Jim Vorel, writer for Decatur’s Herald & Review Entertainment section, had a chat with Jordan before the show.  Follow the H&R image below to read the full interview.

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Daniels describes their writing as “truthful but goofy.” The music of Afternoon Moon approaches subjects such as “friendship, adventure and the search for wisdom” from a wry, good-natured perspective, with the Daniels twins leading the way and emitting what Jordan referred to as “a family vibe.”

“We just sing about life and we don’t claim to know too much,” he said. “How it affects an audience is really up to them, I think. At this point in our careers, I think we’re still making music largely for us, and discovering more about ourselves. I think the music we make is a genuinely fun time.”