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Luke Moss

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In 2018 Luke Moss begins a 5 part EP Journey called 'The Fuzzy Head Tapes'. Exploring Post-punk, and Grunge influences, Luke Moss’s new sound is powerful and emotive.
The Fuzzy Head Tapes are based off self help tapes, where Luke Moss explores the human mind, and mental therapy. These ‘Tapes’ tell the dark story of depression, loss, suicide, and addiction, but also the lighter side of love, mentoring, growing, and acceptance of yourself.
Luke Moss’s new sound takes influence from IDLES, Joy Division, and King Krule. Experimenting with lyricism, Moss brings his own punk poetry into the 21st Century. Writing observational songs about Mental Health and the stigmas around it, whilst spreading a message of “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay”. The addition of Charlie Horne and Jack Gilbody, on bass and drums respectively, has added a new dynamic to the songs themselves, each adding their own flair to the song writing. This allows Luke Moss to supply infectious riffs, light lead melodies, and thunderous back beats. Kieran Webber of Clunk Magazine described Moss’s new style as:
“a dizzying wave of post-punk that is surrounded in emotion. Luke Moss provides a variety if infectious riffs, thumping percussion and deeply personalised lyrical content. It’s great to hear someone be so brutally honest and open about their own struggles, yet remain intact on stage.”
- It's Okay Not To Be Okay -

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