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The Moons

The Moons
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™English indie rock band the Moons take elements of psychedelia and garage rock and add a healthy dose of catchy pop.

The group was formed in Northampton in 2008 by vocalist/guitarist Andy Crofts out of the ashes of his former band, the On Offs. Their first demo, The Lunar Sessions, was recorded with Crofts playing most of the instruments except for drums, which were handled by former On Offs drummer Danny Connors. After those initial sessions, a full lineup was assembled, including Ben Gordelier (drums), Adam Leeds (bass), and Chris Ketley (guitar). Leeds and Ketley soon moved on, to be replaced by James Bagshaw and Tom Warmsley. The Moons' debut album, Life on Earth, emerged in 2010 on Acid Jazz. The set was recorded at Paul Weller's studio -- Weller and Crofts were closely associated, with Crofts playing in Weller's band -- where he contributed piano on "Wondering" and lead guitar on title track "Last Night on Earth."
The Moons began working alongside Edwyn Collins for a follow-up in 2011. Fables of History was released in 2012 after the band signed to Schnitzel Records; it was also their first record to feature keyboardist Tom Van Heel. After releasing a further album for Schnitzel, 2014's Mindwaves, the group took a hiatus from recording, although they would still play the occasional gig. This changed in 2020, when they self-released their fourth album, Pocket Melodies, on Crofts' label, Colorama Records.
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