Press Releases

Oceans of the Moon

November 12, 2019

Oceans Of The Moon (Six Finger Satellite) Share “Baby Chiffon” Video with Glide | Self-Titled Album Out Now Via Castle Face Records

WATCH/LISTEN & SHARE: Oceans Of The Moon – “Baby Chiffon”

LISTEN & SHARE: Oceans Of The Moon LP

“An ambitiously edgy animation”
– Glide

““Borderline” starts out quietly with nothing more than a steady drumbeat and whirling synthesizers. Eventually more electronics enter the mix, creating a boogieing instrumental sound that creates a spooky atmosphere behind the ghoulish lead vocals.”
– Mxdwn

“On the band’s latest single, ‘Borderline,’ Oceans of the Moon showcases its ability to rip sharp-edged, noisy sounds without sacrificing some semblance of melody or tune.”
– The 405

“Oceans of the Moon shares a jagged, minimalist and somewhat experimental sonic character with La Machine, occasionally plugging in melodies that help the eight-track album straddle the line between chaotic and tuneful.”
– Billboard

Oceans Of The Moon have shared their latest video, “Baby Chiffon.” When talking about the track the band says, “Like any good song about a car, this track is about fleeting joy, ungoverned speed and inevitable carnage. Will hope pass?” Earlier this year, the band shared the track “Borderline” and announced their debut self-titled album on Billboard which features “Baby Chiffon.” Along with the announcement, the band shared the “Blowing My Mind” video. The debut album is out now on Castle Face Records.

For fans of Chrome, Von LMO, George Brigman, Stooges and DNA:

“A dusty plain
A red sky
Sand in your teeth
‘I don’t feel so great…’
A post-apocalyptic hooptie jeep-jammer
‘Why is everything in ruins?
There must be others like us out here somewhere…’
This fine sizzling grease pit of cyberpunk comes to us from
Psychic veteran Rick Pelletier (of Six Finger Satellite, Landed, LA Machine)
Always bringing an interesting, bent and lurid account of visions to wax for the hungry ear bone
This time around the equipment scavenged is guitar, drums, synth, and vocals
The beat goes full lotus climbing out of the goo
Like men with sap gloves slapping the hulls of the remaining clubs
Keeping the peace during live actions
Gorgeous nauseating synthesized harmonies blowing thru the ceiling vents
Frickle-Fried guitar belly slash and vocals delivered over the P.A. at Bartertown
(Sometimes from the workers in the pit, in unison)
Picture a bucket of molten metal with gobs of scalp sizzling and sinking away…
Dance music for the infected
Be sure to double up on your dose before driving around on this one
So you can wipe the chum smear off your windscreen”
– John Dwyer

Oceans Of The Moon – Tracklisting

  1. Hope Will Pass
  2. Baby Chiffon
  3. Sully
  4. I’m On A Roll
  5. Borderline
  6. Bill Fill
  7. Shazzamatazz
  8. Blowing My Mind