ohnomoon spent a good deal of 2014 in the studio in preparation of their debut EP, VVV, which was released on March 10, 2015. To kick off the release, the band partnered with The Music Ninja to premiere their first single, “Low.” They followed that up with a Bullett Magazine premiere of their second single, “Blackout.” The quartet shot a video for the song this past October using their home base of New York as a backdrop. CMJ premiered the video, calling it “compelling.” A day before the EP hit stores, ohnomoon gave a copy of VVV over to the folks at Consequence of Sound to stream, giving fans a preview of their debut.
ohnomoon wrote, recorded and produced the 5 song EP entirely in New York. Having already built a solid fan base from touring around the city, the band decided to launch an indiegogo campaign in May 2014, to help fund the record. The campaign was so successful, partially due to the incredible campaign video, that they not only reached their goal but also surpassed it before the two-month deadline. Their sound best emulates the early 90s distortion of bands like My Bloody Valentine, if you dipped and melted that sound in the electro experimentalism of mid-era Radiohead. Unintentionally or not, the name "ohnomoon" sounds otherworldly and their music follows suit - at times abrasive and others blissfully melodic. Press seem to agree describing the band as "distorted sleep rock" and "hooky, noisy, shoegaze pop.”
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