Many of you have heard of Wolf Parade, many of you have heard of Sunset Rubdown, and likely many of you have heard of Swan Lake. These are all bands formerly occupied by the unique voice and skills of one Spencer Krug, who now makes his way in the musical world under the name Moonface. While some might be upset about the demise of such popular and acclaimed bands, truth is that the same guy is still making music, and it’s still pretty good. Moonface is a band-as-moving-target situation, with an ever-shifting lineup of musicians backing the singular talents of Canada’s Krug, with this incarnation featuring the grayscale complexities of the Finnish instrumental outfit Siinai. In advance of Moonface’s performance at Red 7, we caught up with Krug to talk about food metaphors, band names, and surviving in the wake of a band’s dissolution.

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