A Mountain of One became darlings of the neo-Balearic scene with their entrancing blend of slow-motion disco, soft rock, and psychedelia. The band's early, self-released EPs, compiled on 2007's Collected Works, fused various styles of cosmic rock and downtempo dance music, and their 2009 full-length debut, Institute of Joy, was a darker set that strayed from the group's disco influences. After a decade-long absence, A Mountain of One returned in 2021 with the sparkling single "Custards Last Stand" in advance of their second album. Centered around vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Zeben Jameson and keyboard player/programmer Mo Morris, A Mountain of One formed in London in 2005. Jameson had previously played on recordings by Pretenders, Travis, Dodgy, and others, and was in a short-lived group called Ghost, whose 2001 EP In the Wake of ...
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