Moon proclaims "I Can't Wait to Love You"
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Moon proclaims "I Can't Wait to Love You"

Friday, September 9, 2022 – Niko Moon is joined by his wife, Anna, for "I Can't Wait To Love You," a new release that ushers in their newest personal chapter: parenthood.

The couple, who are expecting in November, also released a video for the song.

The couple shared last month they are expecting their first child, a daughter, they plan to name Lily Anne Moon. The couple wrote the track after discovering they will be embarking on this new journey. Arranged over Lily's own heartbeat, the lullaby captures the emotions of expecting.

"Of all the songs we've ever written together, this one is by far the most special to us," said the couple, who co-wrote every track that appeared on Niko's debut album "Good Time," including the 2x Platinum-certified, number one title track. They also co-penned his current single "Easy tonight" off his "Coastin'" EP released earlier this summer.

Moon's headlining Coastin' Tour kicks off
Sept. 30 in Cincinnati. Tour dates are:
Sept. 10 – Maryland State Fair (Timonium, MD)
Sept. 12 – Washington State Fair (Puyallup, WA)
Sept. 15 – Allegan, MI (Allegan County Fair)
Sept. 17 – Huntsville, TN (Red Bull Stone Scramble)
Sept. 24 – Willowbank AUS (CMC Rocks QLD 2022)
Sept. 30 – Cincinnati, OH (Bogart's)*
Oct. 4 – Winston-Salem, NC (93.1 The Wolf Grandstand Concert)
Oct. 9 – Gretna, LA (Gretna Fest)
Oct. 15 – Chicago, IL (Joe's on Weed Street)* sold out
Oct. 21 – Kissimmee, FL (Country Thunder Florida 2022)
Oct. 22 – Pensacola, FL (Wild Greg's Saloon)*
Oct. 27 – Philadelphia, PA (Union Transfer)*
Oct. 28 – Asbury Park, NJ (The Stone Pony)*
Oct. 29 – Raleigh, NC (The Ritz)*
Nov. 5 – Fort Myers, FL (The Ranch)*

* Coastin' tour dates

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Niko Moon knew going into the studio that the programmed snare, synth bass and hip-hop fusion that pervades his "Good Time" EP may not strike the right chord with traditionalists. He did not care. He just wanted to make music that "makes people feel good." In fact, he was probably unfazed when the clichéd party anthem title track was picked as one of the best songs of the summer by the co-ed's guilty pleasure website College Candy. The five songs make up a ...

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