Thanks for your words


''This makes me smile. Not just a little twitch, but a big, full-on grin. Possibly from the audacity of the band’s name (who wouldn’t want THAT field trip?) definitely from the post-punk alt-rock kick of music, and most certainly from the quirky girl-vocal – is she channeling X-Ray Spex? Aside from a guitar-led intro, You is delivered with a relentlessly driving beat. What it misses in melody is more than made up in energy.''

The Tom Robinson Show // BBC RADIO 6

'“You” touts a cool, jagged post-punk edge to the swanky guitars and vocal delivery, leading into a more full-bodied and melodically pleasing delivery around 00:26. This little guitar shuffle is great — as is the alternation between the two vocal deliveries, with the arsenal reminding fondly of Sleater-Kinney''
Obscure Sound


''Nice to hear my friend, and former Perfect Disaster band-mate, guitarist Dan Cross on this album from Field Trip to the Moon. His playing is always spot-on -- thoughtful yet with an emotional edge.
My favorite track might be the opener - Closer to the Edge. Atmospheric, moody, the vocal a little bluesy in a PJ Harvey kind of way. Nice stuff.''

Josephine Wiggs - The Breeders


''..prowling out rock with a fiddle and a Pattie Smith meets Siouxsie vocal via backwards Americana Bad Seeds textures..''

Tony Bugbear and Woody Woodgate from the band Madness for featuring our song 'Boy Under the Sun' on Radio Shoreditch


''London’s Field Trip to the Moon has swagger and attitude in abundance. The guitar and bass sound straight out the more surf inspired early west coast punk, the vocals meanwhile are some of the most justifiably angry sounding I’ve heard in years. Great stuff.''

Pop Occulture

''There are a ton of bands who describe their music as alternative, but in the case of Field Trip To The Moon and their debut single ‘Black Room’ it feels a justified and accurate tag. With low-fi production, hand claps, near whispered vocal delivery and plucked instrumentation the band create a blend of noir-drama that could have been written to sound-track an Edgar Allan Poe short-story. It intrigues from first to last, and leaves you wanting more''.

Right Chord Music