Moonshine Effect
Our Eyes Should Meet


5.0
classic

Review

by andmel USER (1 Reviews)
February 26th, 2019 | 2 replies


Release Date: 2018 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Dreamy and lovely from the beginning till the end...

Short in duration but enough to grip you... A brilliant combination of dream pop, psychedelia and folk. Without having something unnecessary, "Our Eyes Should Meet" is the perfect listening for everybody that needs to feel relaxation and excitement at the same time. The more you listen to it, the more you get hooked on it.

"Just Before Dawn" seems to be the hit of the album. Unique!

"Charmin' Light" is the less slow one that makes you wanna stand up and dance.

"Hanging From A Song" creates an ambient and relaxing mood.

"Dreamer's Parade" starts with the following lyrics "Set me free with a song", showing from the beginning the mood of the song. Very solid and dreamy sound, it makes you feel like being in a car that runs to nowhere...

"Let's Lose Control" shows the Neil Young influences of the band but at the same time the beautiful way that they are embedded in their music.

"It is your name that I use for a pillow" is real folk diamond. Nothing more, nothing less...

I think that there is enough free space in everybody's record library for this album. Don't hesitate to invest on it!


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MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
February 26th 2019


8849 Comments


Huh, 2 users who joined this year with no ratings/comments to their names both just happened to give this particular album a 5.0 review. Small world!

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9Hammer
February 26th 2019


80 Comments


That's quite a long soundoff.



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