Belgian Shoegazers Newmoon Return With Crazing

Belgian shoegaze outfit Newmoon are back with Crazing, the 3rd single taken from their brand-new album Temporary Light, set for release on 22nd March.

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Newmoon (Nikita Krestovskiy)
Newmoon (Nikita Krestovskiy)

“Crazing is one of the noisier songs on this album”, singer-guitarist Bert Cannaerts explains. “We’re always looking for that one melody that hides within a song. With Crazing we wanted to try our hand at a song that incorporates loads of guitar textures but still feels melodic and airy. On one hand it has these dark and droning fuzzed out guitars but on the other hand it sounds fresh and uplifting. The song exists on the edge of dark and gloomy with a hint of brightness and optimism. The exact spot where we like our music to sit”, he adds.

Check out the video for Crazing below:

Having previously recorded Space and the band’s debut EP Invitation To HoldNewmoon enlisted engineer and producer Thomas Valkiers again to record Temporary Light. Additionally, Simon Scott of Slowdive,, renowned as one of the key people within the shoegazing genre, is responsible for mastering, truly elevating the sound of Temporary Light.

You can pre-order Temporary Light HERE

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