Looking for a catchy indie-pop tune to kick back and relax to? – Look no further than ‘Get Away’.

Me and The Moon are back making music and have continued to deliver with another top track. Me and The Moon burst onto the indie-pop scene back in 2015 with their debut song ‘Run With Wolves’. The song, which was self-released by the band, gained them a whole host of attention; most notably from BBC Introducing. Thanks to such high accolades, Me and The Moon where able to go on and perform all over the country, at a wide variety of venues; showcasing what they do best.

As a fan of Indie-Pop myself, I very much enjoyed listening to the bands newest single ‘Get Away’ – set for release on the 28th of April. Tamara Grzegorzek, the bands lead vocalist, has a distinctly unique voice. When accompanied by the guitar of Jonny Elstone and Alex Archer on drums, their music embodies an atmosphere of relaxation and happiness – an attribute many Indie-Pop bands should strive towards but to often fail to live up too.

Get Away is a brilliant track it epitomises the genre it is placed within, and on all accounts, would not sound out of place being played on the radio – a real testament to the band and their song writing skills.

Overall the song is a great listen – so please, when it is released on the 28th of April, go ahead and give it a spin as a high recommendation of mine. Me and The Moon have really created something beautiful here and I wish for as many people to experience it as I have.

Me and The Moon are hopefully destined for greatness, which it has been such an honour for us at WaveByte to receive their new single early in order to bring you this review.

ITunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/me-and-the-moon/id1042507903
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/artist/2xD9fdzZRHL6rBED6q0e9Z
Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUtk7vvdlBeQQQRgXRn-uYg

4/5 bytes.

Jamie Law.
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