Willy Moon cuts loose the full deal of his retro vintage pop revival and looks guaranteed to offer one of the most buzzing contemporary twists on renaissance alchemy of recent times through the release of his debut album “Here’s Willy Moon” on April 1st.

The suave New Zealander having already whetted the appetites of the left-of-field pop arena with slick peppy cuts “Yeah Yeah” and “My Girl”, rallies together an ensemble of 12 succinct and distinctively charismatic bursts of nu:vintage pop colour that cut a rug of eclectic eccentricity mingled with intelligently discerning innovation.

Through the soulful vibes of “Get Up” to the rock-a-billy roots of “What I WantWilly Moon the libertine goes on to polish up with the shoeshine of Sinatra showtime swing, whilst giving some eclectic shade to the Nina Simone jazz classic “I Put A Spell On You”.

Here’s Willy Moon”, is quite possibly like none-other that you will hear all year, it will probably openly divide opinion but it’s bold, fearless and absolutely delivers its creators intention of stoking up and spitting out a curve-ball of reinvention.