The Lemon Twigs have dropped, ‘Moon’, their second single from the eagerly awaited third album Songs for the General Public. 

The release of the sax-driven track ‘Moon’ follows ‘The One’ which came out in March – before their decision to push back the release of Songs for the General Public to the 21 August and to postpone their 2020 tour.

The Long Island brothers, Michael and Brian D’Addario, said ‘good things come to those who wait, and even better things come to those who wait longer’ but to ‘expect some new tracks and videos in the meantime’, in a statement on their Instagram. 

Keeping the fans happy, the D’Addario’s recently dropped a surprise live album last month compiled of their performances from touring their second album, Go to School. It was released exclusively to Bandcamp (and came perfectly in time for when Bandcamp waived their revenue shares at the beginning of the month) where all the proceeds will go to the advocacy organisation Coalition for the Homeless. 

The inspiration for ‘Moon’, was from a Dr. Phil episode with Bhad Bhabie, explains Mike D’Addario: “she had a different dream for her life, and she was on her own sort of path, and I identified with that’.

Songs for the General Public is available to preorder now and you can stream ‘Moon’ here.