Moot Davis, the highly-acclaimed “honky-tonk hurricane,” will be releasing his second album, ALREADY MOVED ON, on September 12.

ALREADY MOVED ON picks up where Moot Davis’ self-titled debut album left off, embodying timeless songwriting, a definite “attitude,” and a certain edge that lets the listener know this is no throwback to an earlier time. It’s music that reflects the past while setting the bar for the future.

ALREADY MOVED ON runs the gamut of American roots music from barroom anthems to highway songs to country ballads – all colored by Moot’s insight on the tenuous relationship between men and women and the corresponding love and heartache. For his new record, Moot once again collaborated with Grammy Award-winning producer/guitarist Pete Anderson (Dwight Yoakam, Roy Orbison, k.d.lang, Buck Owens, Flaco Jimenez, Michelle Shocked, Jackson Browne). One listen to the album and you know this is something special – Pete’s production allows the timelessness of the music to shine through while treating the listener to modern sonic qualities and the undeniable musicianship of world-class players.

Moot has already planted his honky-tonk flag solidly onto the music scene. For the last few years, he has toured non-stop, bringing his dynamic live show around the world including festivals in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Japan. His music has been heard in such film and television projects as the Academy Award-winning motion picture “Crash,” the horror hit “The Hills Have Eyes,” Irish independent film “Small Engine Repair,” and the TV movie “The Dukes of Hazzard II.” Moot was also named “Honky-Tonk Artist of the Year” by “True West” magazine and landed on numerous “Best of Lists.”

ALREADY MOVED ON marks a new phase in Moot Davis’ musical path, reflecting his growth as an artist following years of honing his craft. This record will serve as an antidote to the cookie-cutter country pop that currently prevails.

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