Conestoga High School Grad, Mt. Joy Frontman Talks Popular Indie Rock Band’s Latest Album 

My. Joy band members on stage
Image via Mt. Joy.
Mt. Joy on stage.

For Mt. Joy frontman Matt Quinn, a Conestoga High School graduate, the last six years and albums they released in that time have all proven to be a continuous journey of self-discovery, writes Mitch Mosk for Atwood Magazine

Their latest and third overall album, Orange Blood, feels like a culmination of that journey and a new start. 

“It still feels like the beginning in a way, because I feel like our powers are growing,” said Quinn. “I feel like we’re starting to get a firm grasp of who we are and what we’re capable of. I feel like we have a little bit of our own sauce, and I don’t know how we got here, but it just feels obvious at this point.” 

Orange Blood is a soothing and spirited album that is undeniably honest and fun. It invites the listener to zoom out and reconnect to what matters most to them. For the band, the album captures who each of them is at their core. 

“Orange blood is the light that rises each morning and decorates our world, regardless of what’s happening in your world,” said Quinn. 

Read more about Mt. Joy in Atwood Magazine

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