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Flying Moon In Space release new single 'Faces'

Posted on November 11 2020

Flying Moon In Space release new single 'Faces'

With their new album less than a month out, Leipzig seven-piece Flying Moon In Space release the latest single

 

Leipzig seven-piece Flying Moon In Space are today sharing ‘Faces’, the latest single to be lifted from their self-titled debut album which is due for release via Fuzz Club on December 4th. Following the dark, primal drones heard on ‘Ardor’ contrasted against the vivid motorik psych-pop of recent single ‘The Observer’, you can now stream ‘Faces’, the latest taste of the incoming record, below

 

Utilising propulsive four-to-the-floor rhythms and all manner of loops, samples and manipulated vocals, ‘Faces’ is an eight minute work-out that calls out for wide-eyed, late-night hedonism in the sort of underground European club where little else matters from outside of its sweat-soaked walls. Talking about the track, Flying Moon In Space reflect: “Some know the secret and only share it when the music’s on. The beat hits and we all win. You can see it on their faces, the vibing (e)motion sets them free. One could theorize that dance can heal all diseases, but who’s to say? All we know is the joy it brings when we play.”

 


As the kinetic and euphoric pulse of ‘Faces’ suggests, ‘Flying Moon In Space’ is an album borne out of the band’s experimental live approach more than anything else. Typically performing with four guitars, bass, drums and vocals, their shows are characterised by hypnotic motorik beats, orchestral walls of reverb and unbound energy: “We gain our main influences during experimenting live with different rhythms, layers of sounds and other textures. The energy that comes up playing live with that amount of people takes our perception of music to another dimension. We developed the whole album during our live shows in 2019 so they really capture a certain moment for the band.”