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Music / Indie / Belgium

Since 2019, Mooneye’s run has made them one of Belgium’s brightest indie hopes. Three singles in heavy rotation on stations throughout the country, the highly acclaimed first EP “Mooneye” (2018) and a sold-out summer of festivals hinted almost from the start that something big was going to happen here. Then came the pandemic. But instead of sticking their heads in the dough, the quintet headed by singer and founder Michiel Libberecht used the time to focus fully on new song material and producing the long-awaited debut album “Big Enough” (2021). Great hopes were piled up on top of advance praise - and in the end nobody was let down. Far from it: what Mooneye create in tracks like “Black River” or “Fix The Heater” exceeds the wildest of expectations, and often recalls bands like Travis, The Verve or even early Coldplay. Going a tad far with that? Not a bit of it. This band is already taking off, and with its course set for the moon, it can’t go wrong.

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