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Lunar Moss
  • Artist: Campfire Crush
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 659696126626
  • Item #: SRD612662
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/8/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Lunar Moss on CD

Campfire Crush Release First Full-Length Album: Lunar Moss Campfire Crush was born in a Newport Kentucky basement. Sometime during the night. Lunar Moss is an honest and heart-felt offering from Campfire Crush. Tenderly brought to life by John Curley at Ultrasuede Studio in Cincinnati Ohio. Over the past two years. Sometime during the nights. The opening verse of Lunar Moss - raw, honest and pleading - immediately frames Campfire Crush as a band caught dreaming. Their soft tissue exposed. Left open. Saturated with an intimate recounting of conflict against such natural, unyielding occurrences as mortality, water currents, the shift from day to night, loss of wonder and loss of love, Lunar Moss could easily have become an album fit for those sleeping with the wolves. Cruisin toward life's cruel, final turn. Tied up and twistin. Instead, Campfire Crush colors their dark corners with an audible hope. The horns skirt alongside the lap steel until rising, pointing the listener upward. Wrapped in 1970's luxury. Pleasant is the new Subversive. Sometime during the night, the sun has come up. Campfire Crush sounds just right under the morning sky. We're reminded why flowers grow. It's the light, silly.