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Las Vegas-based MOONBOOTS brings its brand of fuzz-laden, hooky, lo-fi rock to earbuds everywhere with the release of its self-titled debut EP on March 4. MOONBOOTS was recorded and mixed over several months at two recording studios in downtown Las Vegas, National Southwestern Recording and Naked City Audio, with an emphasis on capturing the frenetic energy of the band’s live shows. The six-song EP builds on the signature MOONBOOTS sound that the Las Vegas Weekly hailed as a mix of “the lo-fi grunge of the Pixies, the nerdy alt-rock of Weezer and the indie-punk fire of The Thermals.”

Formed in 2014, MOONBOOTS released its first single, “The Omen,” in the summer of 2015, and has shared the stage with such acts as The Donkeys, Part Time and Crocodiles. The band features John Coulter on vocals, Clyde Barnett  on lead guitar, Wade Schuster on rhythm guitar, Pj Perez on bass, and Ryan Brunty on drums.


MOONBOOTS is now available for digital pre-order at Bandcamp and will be available on March 4 on all major digital music services, including Amazon, iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play.

More about this spaced out band at their Webpage and Facebook

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