Glass Planet

by New Moons

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    Deluxe 12" vinyl version of our debut album "Glass Planet".
    "..It’s simply a strong Rock & Roll record, "- Citybeat Magazine
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    "It’s simply a strong Rock & Roll record, highlighted by cuts like “Dream Street,” with its gliding guitar riffs (if you remember and loved the band Lotion, you’d love this track), the memorable “You Don’t Need to Know Me” and closer “Morning Light,” a woozy, swaying track with some stinging guitar leads piercing the haze. With good chops and promising songwriting, Glass Planet shows New Moons is a band to keep an eye on. (newmoons.net) "
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1.
Clarity 07:26
I'm right here you can see me There's no one else to being I've tried There's no home for me But there's no place to hide From it all Still I found my way To make it dissolve away From all of the earth Now I feel it's getting better I know fear what is peace? Clarity I seek Where are you now? For all time it rings No one answers the call Are you there? I await the day This is resolved, give hope To all of the earth Do you feel it getting better And who is to say What will happen today Have we lost our way Now just push okay But I feel like getting better There are eyes all over me Twisting the words Into what you believe My heart is cold Why can't I feel alright I don't need too much Just a place to run away There are feelings still holding me Captive to what they need My heart is old It does not keep good time And I don't need too much Just a place to run away
2.
Get Along 02:45
3.
Dream Street 03:14
4.
Getting tired of everyone Knowing everything I know what she said And I know what I should think You said I don't feel bad And I'm never gonna change Been around the world Five hundred times It looks the same You don't even know me You don't need to You don't need to know me No you don't It feels like the whole world Is watching me Can't take anybody's word Without feeling like a thief You said yeah that's my bad But man do you ever think Been around the world So many times now I can't breathe Now I made up my mind To stay the same You don't even know me You don't need to You don't need to know me No you don't
5.
Cyclops 03:39
6.
Talk to Me 03:00
You got it all wrong You've got a feeling And now the love is gone I'm never listening Can you clear your mind Talk to me Maybe it's best I walk away Now here we are again We're making history Every word's the same Nothing is always free Do you hear me now? Talk to me I don't believe a word you say And I'll do it all With a smile on my face Can you clear your mind? And talk to me Maybe it's best I walk away Do you hear me now? I'm never listening I don't believe a word you say
7.
Deep Ones 03:24
8.
In the morning light I can see for a thousand lonely miles There's no one else I'm all by myself Lord I was wrong I thought it was a joke and now you're gone But could it be We're dreaming In the morning light I'm still here, right by your side There's no war here There's no more fear

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"New Moons concoct a sound that is reminiscent of ’90s AltRock’s heyday but doesn’t put off too much of a retro vibe. It’s simply a strong Rock & Roll record, highlighted by cuts like “Dream Street,” with its gliding guitar riffs (if you remember and loved the band Lotion, you’d love this track), the memorable “You Don’t Need to Know Me” and closer “Morning Light,” a woozy, swaying track with some stinging guitar leads piercing the haze. With good chops and promising songwriting, Glass Planet shows New Moons is a band to keep an eye on. " M. Breen-CityBeat

credits

released June 4, 2015

All songs written by Curtis J Dressman
Recorded by Ric Hordinsky at the Monastery Studio
Final Mix by Adam Pleiman at Gwynne Studio
Mastered by Dave Davis
Guitar, vocals, keys - Curtis Dressman
Bass, Backing vocals - Tom Dressman
Drums - Steve Kovak

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New Moons Cincinnati, Ohio

Led by the guitar wizardry and song writing of front man Curtis Dressman, New Moons emerged in 2015 as a uniquely capable experimental pop rock band. The 2021 release of The Hole boasts ambition and progression from the band's earlier work.

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