Dune Sea is a side-scrolling adventure Goose game that lets you fly like a bird, but also a band that started out as Ole Nogva’s solo project back in 2012. Five years later drummer Erik Bråten joined in to record drums for their first studio effort, the All Quiet Under The Suns EP. In 2018, bass player Petter Solvik Dahle joined the duo as a permanent member just in time to record their self-titled debut album which was released in 2019. The track Shaman,
Uranus is aptly enough named after the Greek sky god Uranus. The planet was discovered in 1781, and has 27 moons. Dune Sea has chosen to call their new album Moons Of Uranus! Ten sonic, riff based and synth drenched tracks by Norwegian psych/space rockers Dune Sea. With a more dusty and dirty soundscape Dune Sea has created a more trashy and hard rock-driven album compared to their self-titled debut. Dune Sea combines riff-based stoner rock with elements from shoegaze, grunge, psych and scandirock in a soaring synth landscape. Influenced by Hawkwind, Queens Of The Stone Age and King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard.