Minneapolis duo, Night Moves, were likened to The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev and Band of Horses when they hit town with their debut album Colored Emotions back in 2012. Their music was based on classic American pop and rock - Beach Boys, Fleetwood Mac, Todd Rundgren - and twisted to make new cosmic shapes. Can You Really Find Me is their fourth album and finds them maturing. They’ve still got the hooks and the riffs, but now there’s an added emotional quality too.

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Can You Really Find Me by Night Moves
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7/10 Will 25 June 2019

Bringing to mind big Arizona vistas and wide Kansas plains, this new record from Minneapolis duo Night Moves is a love-letter to the great American songbook. 'Can You Really Find Me' has got a great Fleetwood Mac thing going on but it's updated slightly. On 'Recollections' there are some ELO-style robot voices and hints of squealing synthesizers. Things really kick off with the prog-meets-disco-meets-Queen of 'Ribboned Sky', it's a great track with lots of phased guitars and massive cymbal crashes.

They've got a great ear for groove, have Night Moves. You can definitely imagine them on some festival stage at about the golden hour as the sun just beginning to wane a little. There's a psychy, woozy undercurrent to this record that works well with the lush, full, technicolour arrangements. An element that's overlooked a little in the mix is frontman John Pelant's vocals. He can really belt them out, almost like a young Springsteen. 

Overall I enjoyed this record. Night Moves have done a good job of cherry-picking the best ingredients of americana, psych, and folk into a delicious bouillon of an album. 



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