Today, emerging pop-rock group Monroe debuted their first ever music video via Popdust – CLICK HERE to watch “One More Night,” which follows an unlikely duo spreading joy on a heartfelt trip though the band’s hometown of New York City, ending on a wistful note that echoes the song’s plea to “give me one more night.”
“I wrote this song for myself and anyone that was going through some kind of struggle,” lead singer and saxophonist Matt Berman said of the band’s debut single. “You can really apply this song to whatever you’re going through; and I wanted to give the listener a chance to put themselves in the shoes of the main character because, we’ve all been there before. This song is really special to me because I’ve been through heartbreak, loss, and hopelessness; but no matter how dark a situation may seem, you can make it out alive. I want this song to be an anthem for all that need it.”
Formed by singer/saxophonist Matt Berman, Monroe unites a group of musicians with extensive touring backgrounds, including members who have played with Lauryn Hill and Augustana.
Berman himself played saxophone and keys as part of Brandon Flowers’ (The Killers) band on his recent world tour and has worked in the studio with artists on Snoop Dogg and Kanye West’s labels. Monroe recently opened for Ingrid Michaelson and made their live debut at Los Angeles’ Viper Room earlier this year. They will release their debut EP in 2017 – watch this space for more!