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On the next single to come from his forthcoming EP ‘Mythomania’, coming later this year, Humane The Moon continues to deliver grunge-tinged indie tunes with pounding new anthem 'Ozymandias’.


Soaked in a blend of fuzzy instrumentalisation and gritty vocals targeted towards the underground London grunge scene, Humane The Moon’s latest offering injects the world of modern alternative music with a fresh and revived spirit, unmissable for fans of Bloc Party and King Krule.

Astonishingly only on his third track to date, the solid, cohesive sound and style that Humane The Moon has formed over the course of his three single releases, gives the impression that making music that is an extension of himself is second nature to him. Projecting his deep-toned, East London accent, he is actively firing up the London grunge scene with music totally unique to his multidimensional sound.

Taken from the indie-punk style that Humane The Moon is inspired by, there is a distinct level of imprecision and distortion in the production of the song. His perfect use of imperfection reinstates his ability to make music that gives you exactly what you want from this style, but in a totally nonchalant, casual way.

'Ozymandias’ is out now. Listen HERE @humanethemoon


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