Abilene, TX 4-piece Dexter And The Moonrocks released their single “Sad In Carolina” on June 10th via Severance/Big Loud Rock. Produced by Ryan Hewitt (Noah Kahan, The Lumineers, Red Hot Chili Peppers), “Sad In Carolina” starts with a clean, captivating guitar intro, drawing listeners into its poignant narrative before exploding into a powerful, anthem-like chorus. This melodic earworm is paired with a sharp narrative that states fear of broken communication, abandonment, and the insecurity of feeling undervalued with a distance preventing its rectification. Dubbed, “Western Space Grunge,” Severence Records Co-President Steve-O Robertson had this to say about Dexter and The Moonrocks: “In an industry that seemed to have momentarily turned away from rock, we felt a strong undercurrent – a shift back towards the authentic sounds of guitars and raw attitude. Dexter and The Moonrocks struck a chord with us immediately. While being influenced by greats like Nirvana and Kings Of Leon, they’re a bridge to the future of rock, blending influences from rock legends and contemporaries like Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Colter Wall. Their sound is the DNA of Severance Records – rediscovering and redefining rock with a fresh perspective, especially with a nod to Southern roots.”  They have another round of tour dates leading up to Bourbon & Beyond and South Star Music Festival in September. Find the tour dates HERE.