Papermoons Releases Debut 7-Inch, Tours

Houston, T.X. duo PAPERMOONS is leaving for a short tour tomorrow in support of their debut 7-inch. Released in July on Team Science, the record was pressed on gorgeous blue and orange-splattered vinyl and is limited to 500 copies. The 7-inch also comes with a CD version of the four songs and includes a fifth bonus track.

Papermoons will be playing at this year’s FEST 6 in Gainesville, F.L. as well.


OCT 18 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The DAAC w/ Nathan Kalish & The Wildfire, Meneguar
OCT 19 – Akron, OH @ 403 Kling St. w/ Titles + Talons
OCT 21 – Knoxville, TN @ Old City Java w/ Gamenight
OCT 22 – Mobile, AL @ The Mug w/ Hospital
OCT 28 – Gainesville, FL @ FEST 6 / 1982 Bar

Papermoons dabble in beautiful, winsome, acoustic front-porch Americana. It’s the stuff of reflective midnight drives or lazy summer afternoons collapsing under the inevitable weight of dusk, and there’s a sense that Matt Clark and Daniel Hawkins’ earnest vocals are confiding in you the aches of growing up. A lonely harmonica, sleepy drumbeats and warm electronic flutterings…it’s a thoughtful mix of intimate and distant, acoustic and wired sounds that beckons you to pull up a rocking chair and hum along.

Papermoons simply do everything right on their debut effort. – Sound As Language
Some of the most beautiful, delicate post-punk / folk rock this side of the year 2000. –
Delicate yet intricate songs perfect for those nights where you just need to calm down. – For The Sound
Papermoons write somber indie folk songs in a rather beautiful manner…a stellar first record. –
Each track is a big lush soundscape without losing its small folksy, rootsy feel. – Rock and Roll and Meandering Nonsense

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