Moon Darling skirts the line between late-60s, Nuggets-influenced nostalgia and polished, Kevin Parker-esque synth pop.
“Road trips are one of the great American pastimes, full of promising adventures and memories to be made. Imagine being a band on tour, living the dream until one day you are stranded on the side of the road with your van on fire. The dream becomes a living nightmare.” The Revue begins in their article on Dreams, the debut EP from Seattle psych pop band Moon Darling.
Dreams is a collection of modern pop songs written by Seattle-native Michael Julian Escobar on a six-month road trip across the United States.
THE REVUE “Dreams is a gently hallucinogenic number that takes you on a sonic trip across a vast soundscape inspired by the past and present. [...] Take a trip with Moon Darling and let Dreams transport you to another plane of altered consciousness."