Melody Moko once described her album, “Two Kids and A Radio”, as ‘the MA version, the indie film, the nude scenes, the gross things and the stuff that makes viewers or listeners uncomfortable but needs to be said’.
“Never Get High” is one of the raunchier moments that always raise a few eyebrows. It’s also become one of the staples of Moko’s live set, a fan favourite that gets everyone unconsciously moving along to the irresistible groove.
“With a New Orleans second line inspired vibe, Never Get High is an irreverent innuendo filled track that compares the pull of illicit substances to sexual desire”, says Moko.
“With a definite Margo Price influence, Never Get High is the “I Touch Myself” anthem of the record”.
Melody Moko is an artist who does not shy away from any subject and is an inspiring voice for female empowerment and equality.
“Never Get High” impacts radio on International Women’s Day – Tuesday 8th March.