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The Moons

Stand With Me (RSD22 EDITION)

    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2022 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    Limited clear vinyl 7" single for RSD, 500 copies only. Following their popular 2020 album Pocket Melodies, The Moons return with new single 'Stand With Me'. An upbeat number merging classic moons melodies with a hip groove and hypnotic riff.

    The Moons are a 4 piece outfit formed in 2008 by frontman guitarist/songwriter Andy Crofts now also a member of the Paul Weller band along with Moons drummer Ben Gordelier. Other Moonies in the band are Chris Watson guitar, Ben Curtis on bass guitar. The B side is an instrumental version and exclusive to this release. 

    TRACK LISTING

    SIDE A: Stand With Me - 3.48
    SIDE B: Stand With Me (Instrumental) - 3.48.

    Teenage Waitress

    You Ain't Got It Bad (RSD22 EDITION)

      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2022 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

      Limited transparent blue vinyl 7” single for RSD, 500 copies only. Rsd 22 Brings You A Ltd 7” Pressing Of Single ‘You Ain’t Got It Bad’ By Teenage Waitress. An Electronic, Melancholy Hum Along Number. You Ain’t Got It Bad ‘ is a danceable, upbeat track with trippy psych production and a strong positive message. It features. both a vocal cameo from Blue Canary’s Harry Burgees and as close to a happy ending as you’ll probably get from Daniel.

      The Record is backed with an exciting Pale Sabres (of Colorama Records) remix of ‘I’m Leaving Berlin’ also from the Love & Chemicals album. Teenage Waitress is the solo project from Daniel Ash. The debut album, ‘Love & Chemicals’ is a fresh hybrid of infectious 60’s inspired pop melodies, blippy synths and fuzzy guitars all set to short lyrical vignettes. Some are funny, some are mysterious but all have a story to tell.

      TRACK LISTING

      SIDE A: You Ain't Got It Bad - 4:02
      SIDE B: I'm Leaving Berlin (Pale Sabres Remix) - 4.25


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