Maud the moth summer tour 2018!

The snow has melted, the government has stolen an hour from our sleep and the sun is shining (not in Scotland, but I’m assuming it is in the rest of the northern hemisphere!). This can only mean one thing: SUMMER FESTIVALS ARE NEAR!.

More dates will be added soon! For the moment here´s the first announcements!:

Mugstock to be added to the list!

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Thanks to Avital for suggesting this to us and to everyone at Folk On The Lawn for having us this coming edition!

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Prospice – Falloch returns

Our collaboration with Ben Brown and Scott McLean has coallesced into Falloch’s new album!.

This album was unlike anything we had done before, both stylistically (if its even possible to use styles to define it) and regarding the production/recording methods. It was incredibly challenging AND satisfying to make and we are super proud of it.

Written by Ben, Mixed by Scott and mastered by Ronan Chris Murphy, If you are into megatextural, mindbending, and heptadimensional music make sure to check it out!

 

The bedroom sessions #2

In 1916 the Maud sailed away from the shores of Asker and headed for Alaska through the Northeast Passage. The trip took more than six years to complete, with the Maud cutting through the ice deeper and reaching for the North pole closer than other vessels before her. Her only official aim was to collect scientific data, much of which was later lost.
The trip, where the ship was frozen three times into the ice cap and which made Amundsen bankrupt transformed him and the crew, many of which abandoned the quest before it was completed, both physically and mentally .

There was no glory, no gain, and no pride left. But this trip illustrated the bedrock upon which humanity is built, the body of the iceberg under the tip of success and fame.