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Quarantine doesn’t appear to have put a damper on Thurston Moore’s productivity. Following releases with both his Thurston Moore Group (“May Daze”) and Chelsea Light Moving (“Sunday Stage”) projects, he’s back today with a solo song called “Strawberry Moon”.
An expansive, nine-minute instrumental, the new track was written for three guitars and recorded just yesterday. In a description on Bandcamp, the Sonic Youth rocker called it “a new piece for new peace” and “a celebration of the strawberry ( full ) moon vibrations — free energy for change.”
The offering comes less than 24 hours before Friday’s “Strawberry Moon”, a penumbral lunar eclipse usually associated with the beginning of strawberry season. Just as Moore said, this first full moon of the summer is expected to bring energy like that of a wake-up call, according to astrologer Lisa Stardust. “Eclipses wake up situations and people,” she told Refinery29.
Stream Moore’s latest track below.
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