Cincinnati “Lush Punk” Band Leggy Announces New Album, ‘Let Me Know Your Moon’

The Indie Rock trio shared the track “Eden” from the album, which is due in March on the new Sheer Luck Records

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Cincinnati Indie Rock trio Leggy released a new song, “Eden,” earlier this week. The band launched the track with an announcement that its new album, Let Me Know Your Moon, would be issued on March 8.


Leggy is the first signing to Sheer Luck Records, a new label founded by Talia Miller and Jaclyn O’Connell that seeks to “to elevate marginalized voices, shine a light on diverse artists and celebrate a talented and passionate community.” Sheer Luck is releasing Let Me Know Your Moon on cassette and vinyl — click here to pre-order.  

Leggy’s album announcement and the release of “Eden” was covered by numerous online publications, including Stereogum and Brooklyn Vegan.  

Let Me Know Your Moon is Leggy’s first new collection of songs since 2016’s Dang EP. In 2016, the band also issued a self-titled full-length compilation that included the Leggy’s three EP releases and new track “Kick the Habit.” The album was released overseas via Damnably Records; in 2017, a remastered version was released.  

Get more info on the new Leggy album here and here (pre-order Moon through Bandcamp to get an instant download of “Eden”). Click here to find “Eden” on your favorite digital music platform.  

Leggy is back on the road next week for a string of East Coast tour dates with Daddy Issues.


 


 


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