‘Radio Noises’ is part and parcel of a collection of songs that were written as an ode to the out of space. Focussing on the imagery of two astronauts who are floating away from a space station to be saved by aliens, songwriter Scott explains: “‘Radio Noises’ is about losing contact, it’s about the astronauts losing contact with NASA and ultimately earth as they float into space but the track can also be linked to losing contact in general, whether it be with friends, family or you’re just going a bit crazy.”
Hailing a new era of spaced out grunge guitar rock, Moon Rover are continuing the legacy of bands like Smashing Pumpkins or My Bloody Valentine with their first single release.
Having already been picked up by radio stations like BBC Newcastle and BBC Tees numerous times, the four students Scott, Dan, Cameron and Stephen have spent their uni days skipping lectures and making a buzzing record with components from grunge to shoegaze and psychedelia instead.
Reminding of a young Kurt Cobain, singer Scott Hepple is screaming his heart and soul into the dynamic debut single ‘Radio Noises’ which taken from the upcoming self titled album.
“We cannot wait to hear more of these guys”
– Purple Radio –
“Magnificent atmospheric space grunge”
– Forkster Rocks –
The single ‘Radio Noises’ is out on 25th March 2016