Saturday, April 13, 2024

The Lunar Effect & Sounds Of Green & Blue

If the gravitational pull of fuzzy, snarling riffs and psychedelic visions appeals, then cast your eyes and ears toward the sonic architects who are The Lunar Effect and their newly released album, Sounds Of Green & Blue.

Described as “a galactic journey through sound that showcases The Lunar Effect’s evolution and marks a pivotal chapter in their musical odyssey,” should that prove too all encompassing right now, take baby steps and check out their second single from the album, ‘Flowers For Teeth’ – It’s available digitally here and you can also watch the brand-new lyric video to it by Costin Chioreanu here at RAMzine.

Formed in 2016, The Lunar Effect burst onto the scene with a distinct blend of grunge and retro hard rock. With a flair for hair and a penchant for barbed and growling riff work, the London-based quartet garnered attention for their dynamic sound and blues rock reverence. Then, in 2019, they crash-landed onto the stoner rock scene with their debut album Calm Before The Calm.

Sounds Of Green & Blue finds them expanding their sonic scope and bending all the elements and eras of classic rock into their own unique mold. A testament to their musical growth and willingness to explore new territories, still it maintains their brooding vintage sound.

From the heyday of The Beatles, Floyd, Zeppelin and Sabbath to newer artists like Graveyard, Radio Moscow and Red FangThe Lunar Effect has created a tutorial in psychedelic rock that takes you firmly by the collar, while possessing a palette with shades of 90s grunge like Nirvana and Soundgarden into the mix, The Lunar Effect – A trippy world, where genres blur into their unique brew of heart-felt space rock. 

Sounds Of Green & Blue is available via Svart Records by clicking here. The record label’s known for uncovering high quality, diverse, and boundary-pushing music, and being a platform for artists who defy conventions, push the boundaries of their respective genres, and break out of the underground.

The Lunar Effect will perform a record release show at The Black Heart in London on 26th April – for more information click here.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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