"Waiting For Yourself", the new album by The Moon

Top Quote The Italian pop-rock band publishes eleven tracks of strong British music, including references to the '90s and '60s nostalgia. "Make It In The Easy Way You Know" is the first single/music video. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) July 25, 2014 - Veterans from previous and successful studio work Lunatics - almost a thousand copies sold - and the single / videoclip Rose In The Land Of Tears (with pieces included in the famous national radio broadcast "Demo" of Rai Radio 1 for months and finally becoming the theme of the program, pieces on Rai1 with Tg1-Note, 2 plays per week for several months on RockTv/Sky), The Moon are back with a new album, Waiting For Yourself.

    Listen to the album here:

    Watch the single "Make It In The Easy Way You Know":

    The soul of the British pop-rock group, the echoes and references to the Second British Invasion in the 90s, are confirmed by a solid record of pure rock'n'roll.

    Waiting For Yourself aligns, from a stylistic point of view, with the previous album and with the British music in general, the latter being a true point of reference for the band. But the Brit-rock quartet, consisting of Spino and Charles (guitars and vocals), Den (bass guitar) and Piotre (drums), proves able to create with a style never out of fashion, with catchy and captivating choruses.

    The first single from the album is Make It In The Easy Way You Know, also a music video. As stated in the title, and as repeated several times in the chorus, the important thing is "to do it" (anything, beyond the double meanings, is a universal message) the easiest way possible. Just three chords and a chorus pounding in a positive statement of simplicity, which makes Make It In The Easy Way You Know a compendium in the artistic skills of The Moon.

    Another British Invasion? We hope so.

    Waiting For Yourself is out via Seahorse Recordings, was recorded by Simone Sant at Entropia Studios in Cusignacco, Udine (Italy) and post-produced by Giorgio Spolaor and Antonio Morgante at Blue Train's Studios in Mira Ponte, Venice (Italy).


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