The Moons Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Moons at Norman Records
Similar to The Moons:
Miles Kane, Paul Weller, Ian Brown, Ocean Colour Scene, Cast, The Rifles, Beady Eye, The Seahorses, Twisted Wheel, Stone Foundation, New Street Adventure, The Stands
The Moons have been happily and skillfully emulating those well-loved 60s and 70s sounds for several years and three albums now: high time for a live album! Live At Bush Hall has the group on form, no doubt about it, with a keen crowd and an up-for-it band. The red and white coloured vinyl comes with a CD version too, the whole package being released by Schnitzel.
'Mindwaves' is the new long player from The Moons. A rich sounding, 21st century, psychedelic space odyssey, it's full of well-crafted songs and infectious rhythms, steeped in love and destruction, peace and paranoia. Classic pop melodies brim with tight harmonies and layered guitars resulting in a rich and varied collection of songs.
A 7” of the single Body Snatchers by The Moons. It’s got quite a theatrical feel to it with some synths bubbling away on classic B-movie horror film soundtrack type themes. It actually sounds like the theme tune to a rubbish American horror flick. It’s unhinged, spooky pop at its finest. The B-side is a cover of Buzzcocks’ song, Everybody’s Happy Now.