"Victoria Moon" is another chapter in The Luck of Eden Hall's extremely consistent story. Songs that combine dense and inventive neo-psychedelia with appealing and approachable indie rock embellishments that ensure appeal beyond 'genre' listeners, immaculate production flourishes, lyrics that enthusiastically embrace the colorful end of the psychedelic spectrum, and effortless hooks (both instrumental and vocal) that most bands would kill for. Guitar-oriented psych poppy sunny tunes like "Sassafras Overcoat", "Queen of the Stars", "Sitting Bull", "Dandy Horse", "Super Phantasmal Heroine" that sometimes flirt with the 60s British psych underground adding special psychedelically effected guitars like "Victoria Moon" (it could fit on an unreleased Beatles late 60s album!) or "The Collapse of Suzy Star" or "Drunk Like Shakespeare On Love", or simply Mind-Blowing-Expanding Rockers like the closing "The Horrible Pill Book". Chicago has its own Psychedelic Cult band. Amazing! "Victoria Moon is another brilliant pop-psych album!