Leipzig krautrock/psych seven-piece Flying Moon In Space have aired the video for their new single "The Observer".
The song is taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album "a shape-shifting blend of driving Krautrock aesthetics, vivid psychedelic pop and techno-indebted sounds", due for release December 4th through Fuzz Club. Pre-order your copy here.
‘The Observer’ is described by the band as an anthem for the “post-industrial burnouts” of the world. Delivered in the form of reverb-heavy, Krautrock-infused psych-pop, it’s a breezy and exuberant call to break from the humdrum drudgery that modern life entails. They say of the track: “All work and no play is a recipe for disaster. We grow old eight hours a day at a desk and then death comes with a bitter kiss. If you’re lucky enough not to lose your inner kid, all you really wanna do is play now. Before the final act, when all is said and done, time will tell that fun has no age.”