Moose Blood – Blush Album Review

Kent’s pop-punk rockers Moose Blood are successfully establishing themselves into the scene with their second album, Blush. Packed full of emo lyrics, big guitar riffs (with a slight indie feel) and heavy drums they are joining the likes of fellow English bands, Mallory Knox and Neck Deep.

Keeping a neat track list with one-worded song titles, Blush does what it says on the tin – straight forward pop-punk music. With the scene collecting fresh faces over the past few years to add to the likes of oldies but goodies Blink-182 and Green Day, Moose Blood are here to bring a slightly more indie toned feel to the genre.

Releasing the singles Honey and Knuckles, the band prepared fans (and created new ones) for their upcoming album with some pretty impressive music videos to match their catchy songs and reasonably well-written lyrics. Said tracks are still being played repeatedly on music channels, MTV Rocks and Kerrang. Expect big choruses and expressive lyrics!

The album follows their previous work of I’ll Keep You in Mind, From Time to Time (2014) though it is Blush that seems to be making their name after having been in the iTunes chart of Top 10 Rock Albums following it’s release.

Although they may not be bringing anything new to the table, Moose Blood are a solid band delivering what young pop-punk fans want and it can only be up from here!

 Track Listing:mooseblood_artwork

  1. Pastel
  2. Honey
  3. Knuckles
  4. Sulk
  5. Glow
  6. Cheek
  7. Sway
  8. Shimmer
  9. Spring
  10. Freckle

Songs that must be blared on repeat: Cheek and Freckle

Blush is now on Spotify and on iTunes for £7.99.


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