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. Described as “A lo-fi pleausre” (Too Many Blogs) and “An indie pop project…for people with short attention spans”(Vice), Garden Centre mixes 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 though. 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.