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Moonlit Sailor - We Come From Exploding Stars (2014)
Moonlit Sailor isn't reinventing the post-rock genre. They are well on their way to perfection it
Quote:Moonlit sailor is a four piece indie-postrock band from BorÃ¥s, Sweden. the band started out as an indie rock band in late 2006 when the members were only 16-18 years old. the band had a new interesting indie rock sound, often described as melodic, emotional and powerfull.
The members of moonlit sailor are the best of friends and met the first time when they started study in elementary school. at the age of 12, three of the members started to learn how to play and formed a band. a couple of years later the fourth member took place and they started to develop a new sound that eventually turned into a completely new band, known as moonlit sailor.
In 2007 the band decided to go intrumental. in the creation of the music the band realized that the intrumental parts were always in focus. to go intrumental felt natural for the bands further development.
Soon after the formation of moonlit sailor, the band self-released their very first demo entitled Â?moonlit sailorÂ?. two years later in may 2008 the band released their first instrumental CD entitled Â?A Footprint Of FeelingsÂ?. the new instrumental songs had a new interesting sound but still you could hear it was moonlit sailor. the band became for many listeners worldwide known as a post-rock band with a unique sound based on strong melodies and dynamics mixed with emotional, captivating and powerfull soundscapes.
In relation to the release of Â?A Footprint Of FeelingsÂ? the band hit the road and completed their first european tour, containing gigs in sweden, denmark, germany, czech republic, netherlands and belgium.
The tour were booked and arranged all by themselves.
The 17th of november 2009, moonlit sailor released their second album Â?So Close To LifeÂ? on one of the worldÂ?s most respected independent labels; Deep Elm Records. Moonlit Sailor is currently signed to Deep Elm Records and have also released records on record labels in Japan and China.Genre:
Progressive | Post-rock | Ambient | Indie
Adam TÃ¶rnblad - Drums
Oscar Gullbrandsen - Guitar
Markus RundlÃ¶f - Bass guitar
Joakim Wiik - Guitar
Deep Elm Records, XTAL Records (Japan), Sounds Great/Pocket
MOONLIT SAILOR - We Come From Exploding Stars 
01. Minutes From Somewhere Else
03. The Golden Years
04. From Gemini To Lynx
05. Into The Fray
06. Dollar Underwater
07. Sworn To Secrecy
09. 4.15 AM
10. A Century Under The Influence
11. Album Preview: We Come From Exploding Stars
"About to enter an umpteenth period of depression, I came across a highly intriguing Swedish band that not only restored my faith in myself but in music as well. The highlighted band is Moonlit Sailor, a Boras, Sweden based indie group. They released their first album "A Footprint Of Feelings" in 2008 and their second "So Close To Life" one year later in 2009. "So Close To Life" adopts all of the common aesthetics of the post rock genre: soft/loud dynamics, wailing guitar melodies and a driving rhythm section are all there. But what sets Moonlit sailor apart from most of the other bands in the genre is the personality and emotion expressed throughout these nine mid-length tracks. Whether it's the piano accompaniment on Sunbeams, or the acoustic/indie rock flavoring of Hope, everything these guys create sounds inspired and incredibly upbeat. There are no droning passages, pointless interludes, or overtly long orchestral epics. The longest song here is seven minutes long, and even so, everything displayed is just well written and filled with heart. Guitar's are the primary emphasis of the album, but you can't even tell there are three because of how well they gel together. Mostly filled with swelling melodic notes and set at a low tempo, the album is routinely chill but there are some really driving moments on here. Personified by the soft/loud dynamics, minimally distorted chords enter the fold, more than once at that, along with a crashing wall of cymbals and aggressive drum fills. Synthesizers, piano, and acoustic guitar provide some dynamic flourishes when presenting itself for brief yet welcome appearances. These additions help keep the formula fresh and exciting. The rhythm section is as consistent as it's predecessors.The bass has a real nice tone, it's not too loud and not completely engulfed by overproduction either. All in all, a fine performance for the band especially considering the fact that each member is in their early twenties. Moonlit Sailor inject enough heart and soul (not to mention talent) through their music to make it stand out. The artwork perfectly captures the vibe of this album. The shades of light green, blue and yellow stunningly capture the same melancholic aspect throughout the album's fifty minute duration. I recommend this album to not only those who enjoy post-rock and instrumental music but also to metalheads who love bands like Alcest and Agalloch. You wont be disappointed." -- Sputnik
"For those who prefer their instrumental music glistening and euphoric, there's plenty to love about So Close To Life. The Swedish four-piece's polished arpeggios evoke their Deep Elm predecessors The Appleseed Cast and the skittering drum patterns of 'Landvetter' could be straight off an Explosions In The Sky record. Moonlit Sailor display a hugely impressive degree of melodic and compositional assurance. They may not change your life, but they will provide a suitably bombastic soundtrack. For Fans Of: The Appleseed Cast, Explosions In The Sky, Caspian." -- RockSound UK
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