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There’s no time for sleep for these 4 gentlemen from The Hauge, Netherlands. 

The newest single from Magic Moon, “Nightcrawler” (2018) is a 60’s-70’s psych-rock, blues, party banger.  Tremolo and verbed-out multi-colored guitar and organ riffs, layered punching vocals, a rock solid extra-tasty-crispy snare beat, and bouncing bass lines that’ll keep your head bobbin’.

When the stresses of existing in the chaotic, fast-paced, madding modern world start clutching your sanity and you need to feel alive, reach for some “Nightcrawler”, get fucked up, and escape into the night. It might be just what the doc ordered.  

Lyrics -

All the bright city lights
Bounce around in my mind
Tell me to run around
I don’t want to waste time

Sleeping wolves reappear
From the places they fear
When a bass drum ignites
Firing up the night sky

All the bright city lights bounce around in my
All the bright city lights

Through the night we will crawl
Splintered minds make the call
Postpone the fear of sleep
Run from night into daytime

Losing grip, realize
Right from wrong, visualize
Take the win, pay the price
If you won’t I just might

All the bright city lights bounce around in my
All the bright city lights bounce around in my mind
Now these bright city lights grow and cover my sight

If the day depicts life
And the night depicts death
Do we live through the night
To pretend to survive

(death)

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About The Curator - Jesse Albrecht

A lover of “dark” art. Graphic artist by day, musician at heart. Co-founder, Front-man, guitarist for the Alternative Rock-Folk band “Morosity”.  Jesses’ currently living the small town life in Somewheresville, Wisconsin, where he owns/operates a small business and home recording studio. You can find out more information about Jesse and Morosity at http://www.morosity.com/

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