With just a little over a month before their debut LP SPACE is unleashed upon the world, the thunderously dreamy quintet Newmoon is sharing the album's opening track, 'Helium.'

The song is a mission statement of sorts for the band, as the song wastes no time in introducing the group's sonic might. A spacey guitar riff and bruising drums carry the song through to the airy and atmospheric lead vocals of Bert Cannaerts. "I don't want to hurt anymore," he hollers into the void as a swirling mass of instrumentation ensconces his voice in a way that makes your chest heave (but in a really great way).

The track comes on the heels of SPACE's lead single, 'Head Of Stone.' With two tracks out in the world now, SPACE is shaping up to be one of 2016's must-listen debuts. With a release date of October 14, listeners will not have to wait much longer.

Newmoon has also announced a set of European tour dates for early December in support of the record. You can find those dates below.

  • December 3 - Vera, Groningen (NL)
  • December 6 - Cassiopeia, Berlin (DE)
  • December 7 - Hafenklang, Hamburg (DE)
  • December 8 - The Garage, London (UK)
  • December 10 - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels (BE)