Moon Moon Moon

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Moon Moon Moon - Double Weird

Moon Moon Moon - Double Weird

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Journal Entry 1: Popronde Pre-...

Journal Entry 1: Popronde Pre-Party

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Journal Entry 5: Radio 3FM Not...

Journal Entry 5: Radio 3FM Not Recommending My Band is Turning Me Into a Villain

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Moon Moon Moon - Disintegratio...

Moon Moon Moon - Disintegration Loop


08 Jun 2019

[New song out now!] Powerpoint of Emma Stone

For months I obsessively listened to movie soundtracks from Frozen, Moana, Harry Potter, La La Land and Beauty and the Beast. (I know all the Frozen and Moana songs by heart now) Then we recorded this song.

It's about the time Emma Stone used a Powerpoint to convince her parents to move to LA, and how that story has always lifted me up wherever I was.

Shout out to Tim Achthoven for playing the sax and clarinet, Mark Benis for mixing, excessive mastering and helping me improve the orchestration, Jari Deelstra for playing drums and putting up with me all day in the practice/recording room, Stef Koenis for playing the cornet, and Robin Kester for listening and giving so much feedback which really helped the song forward.

And a big thanks to Adriaan Pels from AT EASE for setting up the release and for having an awesome label where we basically got the freedom to release a song that sounds like a Disney movie.

Hope you enjoy. xx


No scheduled shows at the moment, sorry! That could change soon though so keep an eye on this page.



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Moon Moon Moon


"If you can't win, sing about losing as well as you can", is a quote that best describes the intense self-reflective dark folk-pop songs of Moon Moon Moon. It's no coincidence either, that this quote is by Mark Lohmann, who writes the songs and online biographies for the band. 

The band consists of five humans; Mark Lohmann, Steven Jasperse, Stef Koenis, Jari Deelstra and Jelle Crooijmans. On stage, they play music that makes some of the people in the crowd say "Sparklehorse, Eels, Youth Lagoon, Sun Kil Moon".

Together with the original visuals that Mark brings to the stage, the shows take you through a painfully detailed journey of incredibly personal stories that somehow feel relatable. 
One moment you're sitting in the back of the car, thinking of evil plans to take down radio 3FM, because they didn't recommend your band, and shortly after you're drowning in self-hatred because you're too shy to climb up on stage when your favorite band Belle and Sebastian is playing.