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We’re down to only a handful of Vinyl for the new EP, thank you all! And we’ve already started taking orders for the CD version, thanks for that too!
To celebrate, here is a new video for 10.000 đồng, a new song from our latest EP The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Row of Trees.
And for the first time ever, we actually appear in one of our videos. It’s been shot in AR Studios when we recorded the track a long time ago.
If you pay attention closely you’ll hear right by the end the moment Dave actually christened the track on the spot.
Also watch for the little ghost after 2mn 👻
** New Track alert: EDIBLE DRUID **
The fact that we’re not able to reach the studio for now to finish recording doesn’t mean we can’t share a new track with you!
We’ve been asked by Doomed & Stoned to share a track for their special Welsh bands and you can listen to Edible Druid in full over there. Edible Druid 🧙♂️🍴 is quite a heavy track (for our standards), we hope you’ll like it! Download the whole compilation on Bandcamp (free/pay what you want), lots of good things on there, including Lacertilia, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, DOPESMOKER, The Witches Drum and so many more.
Edible Druid was recorded and mixed by Ryan Jordan from AR Studios.
Like everybody else we enter now a kind of hibernation state due to the pandemic and retreat to the Moon. Space is the way!
Our gig in Hay on 25h April has been cancelled, hopefully to be rescheduled later.
The plans to take part in a magnificent Prog Fest at the end of March also.
We might be able to do the planned gig in Birmingham late May if all of this is behind us at the time.
In the meantime enjoy a sneaky preview of a new track called Edible Druid, mixed by Ryan Jordan.
Take care of you and yours and stay safe.
That bird is extra-terrestrial, it comes from outer-space!
Carnage, our latest video is now live! Check it out ?
That’s not exactly the same moon goose as on Source Code cover, but you’ll see.
Carnage is the 8th track of Moon Goose’s debut album Source Code, released on Fruits de Mer Records in April 2019.