Mooncult Bring Post-Punk To The Masses With Debut 

‘Swallow You Whole’ Out Now


Los Angeles, California – June 30, 2020 – There is no doubt that had BBC Radio 1’s John Peel been able to play Mooncult, he would have. That is because LA’s Mooncult deliver alternative sounds that deliver next level soundscapes on their debut, ‘Swallow Me Whole.’

‘Swallow Me Whole’ opens with lead single, “Grips the Air,” and whether it’s the haunting ways of the music or the way Raven Mystere’s Nico-esque vocals almost feel ethereal – it’s a captivating opener that encourages listeners that there is so much more awaiting throughout. Songs like “Feeling Good,” “Until We Say Never Again,” and “Die Tonight” round out this record with indie notes that have a shoegaze hue.

Working on new music following the loss of an ex-lover was the first stepping stone towards singer-songwriter Raven starting Mooncult. By 2018 Raven had rounded out the band and its sound thanks to Mark Mallory (bass, synth) and Phil Cobb (lead guitar). They built their name playing throughout the Los Angeles area, and are excited to share their music with the fans that fell for them live, and those who’ve been waiting for a record with their debut, ‘Swallow Me Whole.’

Those interested in adding new alternative music to their playlists, reviewing ‘Swallow Me Whole,’ or interviewing Mooncult can reach out via the information provided below.

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Mooncult is proud to present their debut album, ‘Swallow Me Whole,’ available now.

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