Cold Moon: What's The Rush

Cold Moon SKU: 41550939
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Cold Moon: What's The Rush

Cold Moon SKU: 41550939

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: What's The Rush
Artist: Cold Moon
Label: Pure Noise
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 810540032610
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. What's The Rush? is the second full-length album from Cold Moon - the Bay Area based band consisting of members of The Story So Far and Set Your Goals. Cold Moon's sound has been described as raw and artistic with Stitched Sound noting that "... there is a rawness felt in the music. Jack Sullivan's voice adds a dynamic aspect, instead of vocals being a driving force behind the tracks, the lyrics accent each individual track giving us a complete and balanced sound that rises and falls with each individual track." With the lyrical and instrumental precision heard on 2019's Rising and What's The Rush?, Cold Moon is an indie-rock dream citing inspiration from American Football and Wilco but also drawing apparent inspiration from late '90's/early 2000's emo with bands such as Sunny Day Real Estate and Mineral. Together, the four members achieve layered and dreamy soundscapes (shout out Turnover) that create an almost ethereal experience.

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