The Big Moon - 'Love In The 4th Dimension'


It has been a long time coming but finally the day is upon us as The Big Moon unveil their eagerly-anticipated debut album 'Love In The 4th Dimension'. Having been releasing material from this record as early as 2015, the two years since have proven exceptionally fruitful for the London-based outfit as they now show off their extensive work on an extremely impressive debut full-length.

While the eleven-track release obviously contains a large number of singles we have heard before, it is only once you hear them back-to-back that you get a real sense of what this band is all about. With a brooding demeanour that likes to playfully knock around with pace and flow, 'Love In The 4th Dimension' still manages to pull some serious surprises out of the bag. Influences from classic bands like Sonic Youth and Elastica are more than apparent throughout their direction, creating a familiar yet diverse release.

It may have taken more than an age to get here but 'Love In The 4th Dimension' is certainly worth the wait. With one great track after that next, The Big Moon have finally settled the buzz on their expectations and delivered something that more than answers the doubting questions.

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