The Continuing Story Of Fever Dreams

Have you heard Fever Dreams yet?

My third solo album Fever Dreams is out now and available to purchase via Bandcamp (vinyl, CD, digital), plus streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.

We’ve had a wonderful response so far to the new record from journalists, radio and podcast hosts, with songs from the album receiving airplay right across Australia, Ireland and New Zealand. In fact, every track on Fever Dreams has been aired on radio.  You can also read an interview in the July/August edition of RHYTHMS magazine.

..“Fever Dreams, an absolutely superb record… a superlative album from a songwriter who cites Tom Waits,  Chet Baker and Bob Dylan amongst his myriad of influences”
– Stuart Coupe (Rhythms)
 
“Hypnotic, rollicking and restless. Fans of Tom Waits, Nick Cave and Dylan should immediately investigate”
– Jeff Jenkins (The Music)

“A really good listen, categorised as Americana but it’s more than that, it’s genre-hopping.” “It’s an album that had a strong impact on me on first listen, this is a very, very interesting album.” “Country noir sound with jangly guitars, quite psychedelic in places” “Twin Peaks meets True Detective soundtrack”
– Lonesome Highway
 
“Anyone who is a fan of Tom Waits should investigate this guy” – “Brooding melancholia, a fine sound”
– David Astle (ABC Melbourne)
 
“Excellent work… I highly, highly recommend it” “A broad spectrum of cracked Americana”
– Paul Gough (1/2/3/4 – Pimpod)
 
“It starts in a bar, more than a few drinks in, and ends after a zig-zagging journey through country, blues, rock & big skies. A new album from Mark Moldre has stories, and some crushed suede guitar”
– Bernard Zuel
 
“(Leave Me Where You Found Me) is the kind of tune I want to lock arms and rotate on the dance floor to”
– Henry Wagons (Tower Of Song, Double J)

The best way to listen to Fever Dreams is over at our Bandcamp Store – there you can purchase copies on vinyl, CD and digital.

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