If you’re a fan of Air and lazy comparisons, and you’ve got an iPod at the ready and a free afternoon, you might want to hop, skip and jump over the break, download this and head out to bliss out under a tree somewhere.

Black Moth Super Rainbow



For anyone stuck by a PC today, some background: Black Moth Super Rainbow are from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Play breezy pysch-pop with the help of various vocoders and mellotrons. They favour bizarre pseudonyms over earthy monikers (see: Seth aka Father Hummingbird, Maureen aka The Seven Fields Of Aphelion) and were picked by Flaming Lips for a support tour some time back. Their new album has "soundtrack to your summer" written all over it.

‘Born On A Day The Sun Didn’t Rise’ is out on 18th May.
It comes from their new album ‘Eating Us’ out on Memphis Industries on 8th June.
Black Moth Super Rainbow are touring with School Of Seven Bells from 20th May in America and coming to the UK later in the summer.
MySpace here.


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