Until They Feel the Sun

by Moon Letters

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Hardo A young band playing the old stuff.
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vykr A bequiling album full of wigged-out instrumental passages that are hauntingly nostalgic ... and then there are the bouncing psychedelic songs that sound (a little bit) like (a little bit) of every 60's song you can half-remember. It's heartwarming to find a band as good as this, and discover this is their debut: like 'Skaar' i look forward to their future. Favorite track: Those Dark Eyes.
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Agent K The Fact that this was produced almost 50 years after PROG Rock's heyday is amazing in itself. But the originality shown in composition and melody is on par with some of the genres Giants. All the Touchstone (namecheck your favorite proggers) influence can be felt here.
The Instrumentation is carefully nuanced in each track and vocals are an outstanding revelation.
A Truly mesmerizing sonic trip down Memory Lane.
A Prog Fan Wet Dream.
Bravo Moon Letters! Favorite track: Those Dark Eyes.
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DPRP: Top 5 pick for Albums of 2019 (Jan-June) - Jan Buddenberg

"With this debut album, Moon Letters clearly shows their worthiness to take a place among the top tier of American progressive
rock bands, balancing a fondness for the sounds of the past and a sincere talent for presenting those sounds in new ways."
~ Jon Davis - Expose Online

"The band's potential is best illustrated by love ditty, "Those Dark Eyes", brandishing the inter-band dynamic as ethereal calm rears into clashing sea-rock riffage, compounded by centrepiece "Sea Battle" working in Yes-style flights, chamber prog reflection and Crimson-VdGG dramatic flareups..."
~PROG Magazine, UK

“Sunset of Man”. My favorite song. This deep and powerful closer is one of the best I have heard since TPC’s “Vision”. It moved me to rate it as one of, if not, the best songs I’ve heard this year...Please get this album and enjoy every minute of it, like I did. Right now, it is my favorite prog album of 2019."
~ Mark Preising - Prog Rock Central

"Arguably the best intro heard in 2019, “Those Dark Eyes” whispers a grand blueprint of uncanny melody and pulse, carefully striding over stones for a heroic jam. Moon Letters again employ harmonious spells..."
~ Ethan J. Barrons - Northwest Music Scene

credits

released June 8, 2019

John Allday: Keyboards, Vocals. Trumpet
Mike Murphy: Bass, Vocals, Trumpet
Kelly Mynes: Drums, Percussion
Michael Trew: Vocals, Flute
Dave Webb: Guitars

All music copyright Moon Letters 2019
Produced by Barrett Jones and Moon Letters
Engineered and mixed by Barrett Jones at
Laundry Room Studio - Seattle, WA
Mastered by Jeffery McNulty at
The Pachinko Parlour
Logo by Suzanna Fisher
Photos by Hans H. Bjorstad
Model: Johannsdottir

Booking/Press: rare.enthusiast.booking@gmail.com

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John Allday: Keyboards, Vocals

Mike Murphy: Bass, Vocals

Kelly Mynes: Drums

Michael Trew: Vocals, Flute

Dave Webb: Guitar
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