Ezra Mae and the Gypsy Moon started seducing audiences with their sultry rhythmic sounds in basements of houses in Washington, D.C. in early
2013, entrancing audiences with their smoky-style and sweet yet soulful energy. Their music is a mixture of good ol’ rock ‘n roll, with a touch of
rhythm and blues to keep you in the mood, as they coast across into surf-style grooves, some garage to keep it raw, and a peek-a-boo of psychedelic undertones to move your bones.
On stage is where you want to see them, flaunting a mod-vintage, bohemian, floral explosion. They exude an energy that will get you on your feet, grooving next to someone you’ve wanted to meet. In 2014-15, the band completed a residency at The Pinch in Washington, DC, where they played
and curated shows on the first Friday of the month for over a year. They’ve performed at SoFar Sounds, DC9, Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe, and DuPont Underground, to name a few. In the summer of 2017, Ezra Mae and the Gypsy Moon released their debut album Valleys in the Dust. Two songs from the album, Summer Skies and Valleys in the Dust, were featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, Here and Now, and All Things Considered.