Fat White Family Side Project The Moonlandingz Share Tender New Song

(featuring members of Fat White Family and Eccentronic Research Council)
Share New Track 'The Strangle Of Anna' featuring Rebecca Taylor from Slow Club
Song taken from forthcoming debut album INTERPLANETARY CLASS CLASSICS
Includes Guest Appearances from Yoko Ono, Randy (the Cowboy from the Village People) and Phil Oakey (The Human League)
Released March 24th On Chimera Music
Credit; Chris Saunders

"Mind-blowing" The Quietus
"Glam-stomp saucy disco doom for a new world order." MOJO
“Feral antics and louche anarchy!”  The Guardian
The Moonlandingz are the semi-fictional psych-pop group put together by Sheffield’s practical electronics wizards and analogue taxidermists, The Eccentronic Research Council (Adrian Flanagan and Dean Honer) and Fat White Family'sLias Saoudi and Saul Adamczewski. 
 'The Strangle of Anna' is a warm and tender pop duet, featuring everyone's hero of the hour 'Johnny Rocket' (aka Lias) and the UK's finest female song siren, Rebecca Taylor from Slow Club. The song is all set to warm the nation’s hearts during this cold and politically deranged winter of discontent and will almost definitely set those in chains free… it’s a record about liberation, finding a voice and standing up.  Featured earlier today on 6 Music in the UK on Lauren Laverne, it is also scheduled to be played on Marc Riley's show.
The song is taken from the band’s forthcoming debut album, INTERPLANETARY CLASS CLASSICS (released March 24ththrough Chimera Music) and features guest appearances from Randy Jones (the Cowboy from The Village People), Phil Oakey and Yoko Ono, along with drummer Ross Orton and bassist Mairead O’ConnorWritten, recorded and produced by the band at studios in Sheffield and New York, it also features co-producer Sean Lennon on guitar and additional drums and bass and was mixed by legendary Flaming Lips/Tame Impala/MGMT producer, Dave Fridmann. The album is a feast of swirling juddering synths, wailing guitars, motorik stomp and extraordinary songwriting - weird, catchy, glorious and filthy pop.
The Moonlandingz have proven themselves to be one of the best live bands in the UK and next month kick off an 11 date headlining tour, before heading into Europe and ending with their biggest show to date at Village Underground in London on April 4th. They will be joined on these dates by their special guests, new Rough Trade signings, Goat Girl.
Stay tuned for more news, including US shows.
The first song shared from the album was Black Hanz, which is currently on A-list rotation on BBC Radio 6.
Watch videos for Black Hanz and Sweet Saturn Mine (Sean Lennon De-Mix) - both directed by musician Charlotte Kemp Muhl (of The GOASTT) 
The Black Hanz EP is available digitally, featuring a special mix (non-LP) and 3 other non-LP tracks: 
Drop It Fauntleroy, The Cement Garden (interlude) Psych Ersatz (ERC Rasper Four Eyes De-Mix).
22nd - Newcastle - Cluny
23rd - Glasgow - Stereo
24th - Dublin - Whelans
25th -  Liverpool -  Invisible Wind Factory
28th -  Birmingham - Hare & Hounds
29th - Nottingham - Rescue Rooms
30th - Manchester - Gorilla
1st  - Sheffield - Leadmill
2nd - Bristol -  Thekla
3rd - Portsmouth - Wedgewood Rooms
4th -  London - Village Underground
19th - Oxford - The Bullingdon
20th - Rouen - Le 106 Club
21st  - Bourges  - Le Printemps de Bourges Festival
22nd - Cologne  - Artheater
24th  - Berlin - Katine am Berghain
25th - Hamburg - Molotow
26th - Amsterdam - Paradiso
27th  - Paris - Point FMR