Pynch are a true 21st century DIY band that have built up a dedicated global fanbase from a handful of self-released singles through a combination of tenacity, wistful lo-fi and life affirming lyricism. On their debut album, Howling at a Concrete Moon, they have followed through on their vision and delivered ten stunning tracks that offer a snapshot of what it is to be young and adrift at this strange junction of history.

Sonically, Pynch serve up a heady concoction of motoric beats (Julianna Hopkins), driving basslines (Scott Enock), soaring guitars (Spencer Enock) and melancholic synths (James Rees) to create a sound that is steeped in indie and electronic history yet still vitally present. In his lyrics, Spencer combines a yearning for meaning with dry observations about pop-culture, conspiracies and McDonalds; juxtaposing the celestial with the everyday, to the tune of a slacker Gameboy rhapsody.