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Murmurations full album video

Murmurations full album video

15 February 2024 - in

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.


2023 AD is here!

2023 AD is here!

4 December 2023 - in

2023 AD is the first single of Moon Goose’s 4th LP, M, to be released on 27th January 2024, via Fruits de Mer Records and Inflatable Tarmac Records. 

2023 AD is Moon Goose’s first Christmas Song, sort of. It is a twisted portrait of the grim year we’ve just had as seen through a slightly distorted cheese lens, opening the door to fantasised images of strange fairies alongside the usual a parade of monsters that populate our media channels.

This is one of 3 tracks that are not instrumental on the album, which is quite unusual for us, but brings another dimension to the preaching of the Goose. Now you will get the whole story at last and not just the implied journey of the song titles..

You can stream the song on Spotify and all those low-royalties modern streaming platforms, or you can head over to BandCamp and either buy it on its own, or better pre-order the new album and get 2023 AD straight away!


Video by Amouq

Murmurations pre-sale have started!!

Murmurations pre-sale have started!!

1 December 2023 - in

We are so happy to share at last with you our new album, to be released on 27th January through Fruits de Mer Records and Inflatable Tarmac Records!

Murmurations describe a natural phenomenon in which a large group of starlings fly in unison using complex laws of movement depending on the relative birds around each individual. This behaviour can be observed on land in herds and under the sea in schools of fish. They are the natural answer of the collective facing a common danger. What seems to be engineered by the mind of one leader is actually generated by every individual’s awareness of the group, working together towards their collective fate. There must be a lesson there. Moon Geese (mean geese) murmurations are very rare because there aren’t any predators on the Moon except for a few quickly gone humans and a couple multilingual slow bots on wheels.

Murmurations is Moon Goose’s fourth LP, recorded and mixed at Twin Peaks Studio, Wales, by Adam Fuerst (Mott the Hoople, Babyshambles, The Cure) and published by Fruits de Mer Records and Inflatable Tarmac Records.

The eight tracks featured in Murmurations were whispered by the Barn to the band on dark, icy nights, disturbing the quietness of the Welsh countryside with unrestricted turmoil.

Moon Goose put Space, Psych, Prog, and Motorik in a bag, shook it, poked it, and burned it, then spread the ashes from the top of the Welsh Mountains with the wind in their faces until their eyes were crying black tears.