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Brisbane four-piece Feathers create dark, reverb-laden psychedelic dream pop inflected with sixties garage, inspired by the likes of Spector era girl groups to bands like The Velvet Underground, 13th Floor Elevators and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
(‘Phantoms’ live in session. Video cred: Eternal Soundcheck.)
Recorded over the space of three hours in an empty hundred-year-old movie cinema, Feathers’ second album Hunter’s Moon is the band’s first release in their current line-up, marking a transitional period in the band’s history.
The LP presents a collection of songs spanning from upbeat surf inspired pop love songs, to hazy, reverb obscured ballads about lost dreams and tales of phantoms.
Hunter’s Moon is due for vinyl release October 7, through Bon Voyage, limited to 100 pressings.