The Moor is a rare band that's simply and blissfully easy to listen to. Utilizing dense, soulful tones, The Moor makes outright charming and lovely music that is neither too conventional, nor too "out there." Filled with synthesizers, guitars, and piano, the instrumental backbone of the band is rather excellent. However, it's the vocals, and their looming presence, that give the music it's dark, warm feeling.
The band, whose self-titled debut will be release August 23rd, has given out a little teaser in the form of a track entitled "Warm Winter." The title fits perfectly, as it's a very barren track, with the excellent production and enveloping aesthetic really making the piece very dense and deep. It displays a band with the confidence of an act who's been around much longer, a sentiment that is carried through their mature and self-assured sound.
"Warm Winter" is well worth checking out here. Also, be sure to check out The Moor when it drops later this month.