I’ll always take clever lyrics over catchy music, though let’s face it, Ernest Moon has proven to be adept at both. I’ll always take small, homespun, kitchen sink dramas over big, brash, self-aggrandizement; in-jokes and wordplay over bullishness and bombast; humor over hubris. In fact, Ernest Moon is definitely a case of me bursting out the cliched “where have they been all my life.” They come from the same lyrical place as The Streets and The Coral, they are wily and fun and, if you are English at least, you can’t but relate to them, they could even live next door to you…

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