Moderate Rebels Gives Us A Taste Of Motorik Punk With The Sound Of Security

Debut album.

Photo: Courtesy of Lost In the Manor PR

London post-psyche quartet Moderate Rebels has dropped their debut album, The Sound of Security, which they approached it by “using as few words and chords as possible.” Exploring a hodgepodge of genres and complex emotions, Moderate Rebels takes us into a rollercoaster of our own psyche. In “I’m Feeling the Deep State,” the quartet aims at “trying in its own way to look past the surface, of life and the world, both inside and outside at the same time.” The song is built on a 12-string jangle backed with echoing choruses that take you on a hypnotic trance. On the other hand, “Kether” exudes an air of classy rock’n’roll where the band describes it as “drone fanfare.” It is minimalistic, yet has the exhilarating beats and guitar strikes that hook into your ears right away. Explore the album below:

Moderate Rebels have previously released their critically acclaimed EPs God Sent Us and Proxy. In regards to their music, the band shared, “Our music seems to be all about turning weaknesses into strengths,” say Moderate Rebels, a little modestly. “We decided to not try to gloss over our musical limitations and imperfections, and just embrace them.”

Moderate Rebels have show dates coming up:

Europe 2018 tour

1/12-14 – Rockaway Beach (Butlin’s Bognor Regis, UK)

2/10 – Tooting Tram & Social (London, UK)

2/24 – The Finsbury (London, UK)