Moulettes have always been an evolving phenomenon, and each of their four studio albums has seen a significant leap into new unchartered territory, their unusual musical vision and instrumentation prompting comparisons as disparate as "…the Kronos quartet, Roxy Music, Frank Zappa, Kate Bush...echoes of early Pink Floyd, Bowie and Radiohead.. Kraftwerk and Björk" (R2 Magazine/ Reuters.)
Incurably ambitious, this is a band that has always put an adventurous approach to Art at the heart of their craft. Experimental but still accessible, fusing rich vocal harmonies, persuasive melodies, big riffs, detailed arrangements and sharp songcraft, they explore the moving space between electronic and acoustic; DIY and big production.
The band’s synergy and tightness is a testament to their relentless touring schedule; their musical range described by Prog Magazine as "huge, complex and compelling. One of the most thrillingly nimble musical ensembles the UK has produced in decades."