Music artist Betty Moon releases an industrial-inspired extended mix of a track off her new album.

Originally hailing from Toronto, the now L.A.-based songwriter and producer Betty Moon released her latest album, Hellucination, this past May. 

Self-starter Moon is now dropping an extended mix of “Crazy”, a track off Hellucination, and Rebel Noise is excited to be hosting its premiere right here.

The club-friendly number has enough foreboding and menace to quality as a dance-industrial cut, what with its deep beats, clanging percussion, and moody atmosphere. Moon herself sounds fresh and on fire with her (dis)passionate exclamations.

This version of “Crazy” takes the listener down a house music-inspired path through Moon’s life, which lights up on her intense lyrics. She handled the entire process of creation, from production to the actual remix.

Moon has released 9 albums and a plethora of singles and remixes and listeners have come to expect her distinctive vocals showcased against a rock, soul, electronic, or pop backdrop.

“Crazy” is available on all streaming platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music.

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