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The Moons is the new project from Andy Crofts, better known as Paul Weller's keyboard player. Their album, a 14 tracker, was recorded over three weeks at Edwyn Collins’ West Heath Yard studio in London with Edwyn and Seb Lewsley producing and it is signature Moons, defined by strong songwriting, delicious harmonising and tight musicianship.

Influences range from Joe Meek and Syd Barrett to The Zombies and the high points are many, including the startling Jennifer Sits Alone, the garage nugget Double Vision Love, a frenzied reworking of live favourite It's Taking Over and the duet Something Soon with Paul Weller. Their many fans include Rod Argent of the Zombies, Ian Brodie of the Lightning Seeds, Nick Power of The Coral, Dave Davies of the Kinks and of course the Modfather himself!

See more info at themoons.co.uk

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    Usually, I have no patiance for support acts as they sound like they are trying to copy the main act in their 'own unique way'.

    The Moons however, were a very unexpected yet pleasent suprise. As the first act supporting The Rifles the venue wasn't exactly packed out, having said… (cont'd) Gem from Brighton
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