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Sky-high rock hooks and stadium swagger are not new concepts for upstart guitar bands—but they’re delivered with thumping panache on this second album from Canterbury’s Moose Blood. Blush was mostly recorded in Los Angeles and there’s a sun-warmed grandeur to these gritty emo tales of stolen cars (“Sway”) and lost love (“Honey”). Meanwhile, “Glow”, in the best possible way, sounds precision-engineered to echo around a packed festival field.

Customer Reviews

So good!

Really loving the slight change in sound, can't wait for the whole thing👌🏻

Emo is a gang

Words cannot describe how excited I am for this album, and "Honey" hasn't failed to impress me and I'm sure the rest of this album will be amazing.

excited

this album will be good

Biography

Formed: August, 2012 in Canterbury, Kent, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Part of the British emo-punk revival of the 2010s, Canterbury, England quartet Moose Blood channel the spirits of American emo forebears like Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, Brand New, and Acceptance. The band -- composed of vocalist/guitarist Eddy Brewerton, guitarist Mark E. Osborne, bassist Kyle Todd, and drummer Glenn Harvey -- formed in 2012, releasing their first three songs on Bukowski Demo (Summer '12) in August and playing their first live show mere months later. Although the bandmembers...
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