How does the Austin, Texas band Moonlight Towers win such lofty praise as “amazing” (Performing Songwriter) and “simply wonderful” (High Bias)? Just by doing what comes naturally: writing, recording and playing real rock’n’roll with a hearty pop kick, and being a genuine band. It’s really that simple.
That not so secret key of creating “good pop/rock music with hooks, heart AND heartache” — as Dagger Zine describes Moonlight Towers — has made the group “Austin’s favorite three-minute heroes” (Austin American-Statesman) and the renowned musical city’s “finest power pop export” (Pop Culture Press). And on Day Is The New Night, their third long-player, the foursome deliver their finest and richest sonic offering yet of what’s already been hailed as “perfectly molded power-pop” (Chicago Reader) and “radio-ready, pop-
accented guitar rock” (Texas Music).
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