The Gothenburg duo Pomona Dream return after a short hiatus with a new single and continue taking you to places you’ve never been with their future, intergalactic, soulful sounds.
Initially, the first song Sandra Bang and Ribbs wrote together while living under the same roof four years ago; they’ve refined and rerecorded the funky, easygoing “Silver Apple of the Moon” (inspired by American synth pioneer Morton Subotnick’s “Silver Apples of the Moon”) to bring their progression full circle.
Silver Apple of the Moon brings a welcome return of their unique and distinctive sound, now practically a trademark of Pomona Dream.
Listening to Pomona Dream is like drinking Champagne in space.
Is it the bubbles that make you high or the weightlessness?
Is it the silky smoothness of Sandras’ dreamy voice or the futuristic jazzthetic beats of Ribbs that makes their music so irresistible to the ear?
Both will excite; however, I strongly suggest starting with the earth-based experience (just in case you know someone with a spaceship at home). There’s no other band like Pomona Dream on the planet.
‘Silver Apple of the Moon’ is released on Bang and Ribbs’ new label, Disques High Couture.
Cool cover artwork too guys!