Mother Mooch

Dublin based Mother Mooch have just released their debut EP ‘Preludes’.

Chloë Ní Dhúada (Vocals), Sid Daly (Guitar and vocals), Farl (Guitar), John O’Donoghue (Bass) and Danni Nolan (Drums) are a rock band who took their name from a misheard Black Sabbath lyric, and produce fuzzed out rock with a slightly retro sound to their music.

‘Preludes’ is a 3 track EP that draws on their influences which are varied and eclectic, and features powerful vocals over a mixture of rock and blues, with a slightly psychedelic influence. ‘L.H.O.O.Q.’ opens to a fast-paced beat, with a heavy guitar and great harmonies, before the slower ‘Into The Water’ starts with a haunting guitar and has a more bluesy feel to it, and an addictive riff plays out through the song. ‘Sinners’ once again picks up the pace, with more of those great sounding guitars and a pounding beat, before the vocals swirl over the heavy rhythm in a dark and melodic fashion. As a debut EP goes, there is something about Mother Mooch that makes you want to hear a lot more from them and are definitely a band to watch out for.

Their debut album ‘Nocturnes’ will be released in 2015.

The EP is available from their bandcamp page

They are on Facebook and Twitter @MotherMooch

‘Preludes’ Track Listing:

1. L.H.O.O.Q.
2. Into The Water
3. Sinners