Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Blues Pills, The Dead Weather, Fleetwood Mac, Black Keys, Alabama Shakes


band members

Milly Moon, Jake Winter, Lyle Jenkins, George Marshfield, Tessa Smith, Lachlan Bruce


Influences

Black Keys, Alabama Shakes, Kaleo, The Dead Weather, The Heavy, The White Stripes, Band of Skulls, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Pink Floyd


Website

spoti.fi/2OxsGiH

Bio

Winter Moon have crafted a unique blend of Psych-Rock and hard-hitting Soul that will make you writhe in ecstasy and lose yourself in dancing bliss. With the release of their forthcoming album ‘Make Real, Make Believe’, Winter Moon deliver modern grooves with vintage tones, inspired by bands such as Alabama Shakes, The Dead Weather, The Black Keys and Fleetwood Mac. ‘Make Real, Make Believe’ will be available on vinyl and digital download from May this year, with tour announcements coming soon.

Winter Moon are independently represented with two EP releases; 'Lucid Dreaming' 2014 & the recent 'Hearts and Hands' 2016, and their debut album 'Make Real, Make Believe' to be released May 10th 2019.

-"...shredding riffs and good classic rock power vocals on top, a la Joan Jett. Would not be standing still at a gig from these guys." - Ollie Wards, Triple J

“To call Winter Moon eclectic would be like calling Elton John a bit colourful.” - Tone Deaf

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

12 Apr 2019

Triple J
35

Check yourself!

I would hate to be on the receiving end of this tune. In the best way, it's like the Addams Family of soul. Dark, looming, scary, creative, mystifying and d=enchanting.

Check yourself!

I would hate to be on the receiving end of this tune. In the best way, it's like the Addams Family of soul. Dark, looming, scary, creative, mystifying and d=enchanting.

Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

11 Sep 2013

Triple J
40

Blues, prog, rock, flute! Full points for pulling off a woolly epic the way the 70s wranglers used to, this deserves to be spun on vinyl with the best of 'em

Blues, prog, rock, flute! Full points for pulling off a woolly epic the way the 70s wranglers used to, this deserves to be spun on vinyl with the best of 'em

Review

Review by rrobby rrobby

21 Mar 2019

40

grungy, gritty and soulstrippingly sanguine

grungy, gritty and soulstrippingly sanguine