ALASKALASKA announce debut album details, share new song “Moon”

The U.K. art pop group return with a dramatic new track.

March 07, 2019

On "Moon," the new song from London's ALASKALASKA, Lucinda Duarte-Holman sings about her identity and how it changes at certain times of the month thanks to good old human biology. “‘Moon’ is an account of the monthly, cyclical ebbs and flows (pun intended) of my emotional and physical well being," Lucinda tells The FADER of the tightly packed, delicately funky song. "It is an insight into my neurosis. 'Moon' is about PMS.”

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"Moon" is also the latest single from ALASKALASKA's forthcoming debut album, The Dots. The album is due for release on May 3 via Marathon (also home to Courtney Barnett and POND in the band's native U.K.).

Check out "Moon" above. You can pre-order The Dots here. ALASKALASKA tour the U.K. through May.

Thumbnail image courtesy of Elliott Arndt.

ALASKALASKA announce debut album details, share new song “Moon”