Supermoon Den flaunt songwriting brilliance on Rise

Since releasing their debut self-titled album in 2016, Supermoon Den have carved out an incredibly unique sound for themselves within the Australian music scene. Their music feels simultaneously grounded and explorative—it’s rooted in indie and folk, but reaches far wider.

Now, with the release of their second album Rise, the Perth based group continue to establish their penchant for crafting captivating sonic gems. If you’re not already across this band, we strongly recommend you change that.

On their incredible new album Rise, Western Australian outfit Supermoon Den craft a spell-binding slice of alt-folk wonder.

Throughout the new album, Supermoon Den weave together elements of indie, rock, and alt-folk to deliver something entirely their own. With rich, textured instrumental arrangements and endearingly centred vocal melodies, Rise is brimming with pure, spell-binding musical charisma.

Across its ten-track run-time, the record builds steadily into something truly hypnotic. Sonically, it never loses its earthy tones, but it seems to stretch into new and exciting musical territories. From the raw guitar opening of Come Home, to the atmospheric folk of The Sea, to the rock-driven energy of Forevermore, we guarantee that this album will leave you feeling completely entranced.

Rise is the latest in a string of consistently great releases from Supermoon Den, and judging by the quality of everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more great tunes.

In the meantime, do yourself a favour and listen to the new album above.