If their music is any indication, then the guys in Moonlit Sailor have got to be some of the happiest dudes in post-rock. There’s been an abundance of new music coming out in the genre lately, and this Swedish 4-piece have just dropped We Come From Exploding Stars, the latest in what is turning out to be a beautiful succession of releases. For their fourth record, the group continue their trend of writing upbeat and catchy songs, all framed and represented by vibrant, gorgeous artwork. Better yet, the band and their label Deep Elm Records have seen fit to offer the album completely free through bandcamp via the ‘name your price’ feature, so be sure to take advantage of this and pick it up:
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The album has a lot in common with the more lighthearted moments from the new Tides of Man record, and is sometimes reminiscent of God Is An Astronaut, sans the electronic elements. Laden with plenty of hooks throughout it’s 49-minute run time, the release if full of memorable moments. You can surely expect to have these melodies stuck in your head long after the final notes fade out, and that’s exactly how a post-rock album should be.