Canada’s Half Moon Run have delivered another funky psych-rock track in the form of their latest single Favourite Boy.

Layering drums and synth, Half Moon Run’s latest single spans the decades channelling the 80s through to today as it recounts the end of a relationship.

Favourite Boy is an incredibly catchy track and draws upon each of the member’s vocals to create a unique sound as they play with layering and sonic depth. The band’s collective voices contrast against the leading vocals throughout the track while the chorus sees them come together to create a textured harmony.

Each of the band’s members; Conner Molander, Dylan Phillips, Devon Portielje and Isaac Symonds, are talented multi-instrumentalists and vocalists. Their collective talents allow them to explore sound through an array of instruments such as the mandolin, harmonica, piano, guitar and synth and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

 “If we had one real stroke of luck with this group, it was meeting each other,” says bandmember Conner.

Now approaching ten years together, the group are getting ready to release their third album A Blemish In The Great Light which drops on Friday 1st of November.