Garden Centre announces “A Moon For Digging” for November 1 and shares video for ‘Wide Sea’
A Moon For Digging is the new LP from beloved indie collective Garden Centre from Brighton, UK. Led by a truly unique individual, songwriter Max Levy is backed by members of Porridge Radio. While previous releases covered deconstructed thoughts and feelings and songs about energy drink consumption, A Moon For Digging, out November 1, 2019 on Specialist Subject Records (EU) and Kanine Records (ROW), encompasses the childish wonder of our every day. Mixing elements of punk, indie, and minimal folk to create a sweetness of melody with a taught narrative thread running through, A Moon For Digging is not strictly thematically uniform. Whether it’s songs about watching TV or doing wheelies on your bike, A Moon For Digging is an optimistic record for fans of Daniel Johnston, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Graham Coxon, and Neutral Milk Hotel.
Levy says, first single “‘Wide Sea,’ available everywhere August 2nd, is a song about devoting your life to worry and fear for somebody you love. It is also about how easy it is to forget how beautiful and complex that person and the entire world is, and how when you come through on the other side of a period of fear the horizon itself can overwhelm you with an accepting vastness.”