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If you would like to listen to our latest album in its entirety without using streaming services, here is a 42 minutes long video with the complete album for your appreciation. As usual the visuals might either torment you or make you go to hidden places of your mind and of the universe because it’s all the same, really.
We have now released a second single, entitled Last Flight of the Moon Goose!
You can listen to it on streaming platforms and Youtube. Not long now before the album drops out on 27th January. Have you secured your copy? Original pressing also comes with special goodies..
Great Halls of Broken Tools is the closing track of our latest album La Nuit. It’s probably one of the weirdest tracks we’ve done. It’s confusing and wrong. We hope you’ll like it.
Win a vinyl of La Nuit our latest album on Red Vinyl (limited edition)!
GREAT HALLS CONTEST RULES:
If you watch closely the video you’ll see little bits of text hidden (or not) in the sequences.
Catch them all, and send us an email to email@example.com with what you’ve found.
The winner will be chosen randomly among the right answers on 19/05/23 for the next New Moon.
The winner will receive a signed vinyl of La Nuit, our latest album, and nice goodies.
Alternatively you can also buy La Nuit on Vinyl, CD, Digital, or stream it on the usual platforms.
Written and performed by Moon Goose. Recorded Ryan Jordan at AR Studios, Kingstone. Mixed by Leon West at After Life Studios, Cardiff. Published by Fruits de Mer Records and Inflatable Tarmac Records.
The Maquoketa Caves are impressive. It was great to be in the Park all day, looking for clues. The caves didn’t seem very deep at first, but I went to the very end of the Dug Out cave, crawling, and found another bigger chamber that didn’t seem to be on any leaflet. The place was covered in bats’ guano and the stench was pretty strong so I couldn’t stay for hours but I tried to explore the area with my brand new torch and I have found a toothbrush, a comb and a pen, as well as little piles of bones and fruit stones. Marking on the walls looked like days and weeks but there were so many that it would add up to years.