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Montreal, QC – February 23, 2018
For fans of Enter Shikari, Asking Alexandria, Eskimo Callboy
Rockshots Records: Out Today! Italian Partycore WE HAVE THE MOON New Album “Till The Morning Comes”
New Video “Definitely Not A Serenade”
Inspired by the fresh sound and attitude delivered by bands such as Asking Alexandria, Attack Attack! and Eskimo Callboy, WE HAVE THE MOON delivers tunes that experiments with metalcore, dance, pop and electronic music to arrive at their sound dubbed partycore.
Featuring 11 non-stop tracks, the concept of the debut album is to take listeners on the various stages of one long party night, from the entrance at the club to the time you get back home in the morning, stumbling on every step. The debut album is set for release on February 23, 2018 via ROCKSHOTS RECORDS and follows their fan loved singles “Killer Party” (2017), “Unreasonable” (2016) (which appear on the album), “Blue (Eiffel65 cover)” (2016) and 2015 EP “Scream and Dance”.
As vocalist Makku comments:
“We think our fans will love the album: the new sound delivered by first our first single Killer Party was really appreciated, so we felt confident in going that direction to writing our other songs. However, we did experiment during the composition of the new tunes, which we took a serious approach to, but also had lots of fun writing. We want fans to fill the energy, fun and engage it good times while listening to it.”
“Till The Morning Comes” is available for download, streaming and CD at the following link: http://smarturl.it/WeHaveTheMoon
Music Video “Definitely Not A Serenade” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Y-9i37SORU
Music Video “Killer Party”-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5JeDgmzHIs
1. Y.D.S.U.Y.S (1:17)
2. Till the Morning Comes (2:57)
3. Killer Party (3:37)
4. Definitely Not A Serenade (3:46)
5. The Score 0-3 (3:22)
6. 02:00 AM Pasta Break (1:45)
7. Unreasonable (3:10)
8. This Is What We Love The Most (3:20)
9. Lovely Lights (3:38)
10. A Ghost Friend of Mine (3:29)
11. Bedtime (Outro) (1:10)
Album Length: 31:35
Makku – Screams, Cleans and Synth
Morse – Guitar and Backing Vocals
Corey – Bass and Backing Vocals
Gedd – Drums and Clean Vocals
For more info:
EPK – https://wp.me/pciNW-bpK
(Bio written by Steve Earles)
Mark Twain memorably wrote: “Everyone is a moon, and everyone has a dark side, which he never shows to anyone.” Well Italian Partycore/Electrocore/Metalcore band WE HAVE THE MOON have a Bright Side; which they are about to show to the whole world; throwing moonlight on the greatest parties seen in Italy since the time of the Romans!
Hail Caesar, we who about to Party salute you!
Inspired by Asking Alexandria, Enter Shikari, Eskimo Callboy, Crossfaith, and Bring Me The Horizon , WE HAVE THE MOON describe their unique sound as “sparkling, powerful, brave, passionate, genuine.”
Recently signed to Rockshots Records, they will release their aptly-titled concept album ‘Till The Morning Comes’ on February 23, 2018. Start the party countdown now!
WE HAVE THE MOON live for their band…and to party!
“The band is the strongest thing in our lives. We want to entertain and captivate, sharing our passion with as many people as possible…The moon represents the night, where our songs often take place. We own the night…We Have The Moon! Our lyrics are inspired by personal experiences, we think that having experienced in the first place certain situations is the best way to transmit them loud and clear…the concept is the party that takes place all night long!” says vocalist Makku.
Live, WE HAVE THE MOON promise…
“Energy, fun and engagement! We believe that these are the things that most distinguish our live shows, which we do coincidentally call parties! Those who know us can really see how much we change during the concert, compared to ‘behind the scenes’. The party lyrics are fully mirrored by the brilliant and catchy sound of our arrangements. Listening to our glittering sounds, anyone can imagine situations like those we describe in our songs. We expect our listeners to be reflected in the songs and what they describe, as well as them getting closer to the band’s feeling.”
(Bio written by Steve Earles)
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“The album feels like one long ass party and is an ideal record for fans of Asking Alexandria and Enter Shikari. Listening to the album you just know the live shows are going to be killer. ” – Baby Dolls and Razor Blades