Tex Moonlight ‘God Knows I Love It (Stonebridge & Lil’ Joey V I P Mix)’

Tex Moonlight teams up with Grammy-nominated Stonebridge and Lil’ Joey for a vibrant disco revival of ‘God Knows I Love It’.

Tex Moonlight is back with his brand new mix of ‘God Knows I Love It’! The raspy-voiced desperado has mixed his signature sound with ethereal dance-floor sensibilities. A remix for the ages, the traditionally indie-folk artist has gone disco!

Originally the track was a slow-paced vibe with minimal instrumentation, but Stonebridge and Lil’ Joey heard the potential for something more. Grammy nominated artist, producer and DJ is StoneBridge known for his remixes of Robin S, Sia, Usher, Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Taio Cruz and Ne-Yo and his music is regularly chalking up playlist support across radio networks around the globe, including BBC Radio 1, Sirius XM & Kiss FM. 

‘God Knows I Love It’ (Stonebridge & Lil’ Joey Mix)  follows on from a series of single releases in 2022, which have earned Tex support from the likes of Clash Magazine, 1883 Magazine, Earmilk and LA Wire


Born and raised in Baltimore, the singer-songwriter’s passion for music started from an early age. Growing up, his parents always had a radio playing in the house, and he was exposed to a variety of sounds from the 60s and 70s, including Acid Rock, Motown, Country Soul, and Disco. On top of that, the community where he lived was uniquely diverse, where the blue-collar population mixed with underground hip-hop heads and the punk-hardcore community. As a result, he has developed a sophisticated taste and deep understanding of the craft. 

Tex Moonlight is undoubtedly one of today’s most promising talents in the music scene. As he continues to make his way to the top of the industry, fans and music enthusiasts should keep an eye out for the highly gifted singer-songwriter. 


LA-based singer-songwriter Tex Moonlight delivers a hardy mix of rootsy barroom folk and Beatle-esque electronic experimentation. Pedal steel leads stream over crackling breakbeats, merging into a wider sonic band which the songwriter has affectionately coined, “Americonica.”


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