Ghost Community

Ghost Community were a new progressive rock band formed in late 2014 by Moray and several veteran members of the UK prog scene. The band gained a large following and media attention off the back of their early live shows in the UK and abroad, and released their debut album Cycle of Life in June 2016 to critical and popular acclaim.


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Godsticks are a jazz/metal band from Cardiff. Moray joined as a touring member in September 2013. Since then they have played around the UK supporting Knifeworld, before heading out for a month on the road around central Europe with the Aristocrats on their high-profile Culture Clash tour. Moray also contributed piano parts and string and horn arrangements to their third studio album Emergence, released in September 2015.

Crazy Diamond

Crazy Diamond are a Pink Floyd tribute band based in Reading. Moray was a member of their previous guise Floydian Doors but since then the band has expanded to a 9-piece Pink Floyd experience with light show, projections, and an incredible full sound that must be heard to be believed. The show is a two-hour tour through the work of Pink Floyd, including hits, deep cuts and even solo material where it fits the arc of the show. Moray became the cornerstone of the new revitalised lineup, honing his palette of authentic Richard Wright sounds and specialist Hammond organ techniques. He also built and operated the backing track and video playback system used by the band as well as working to put together all the new and old videos used in the show.

Crimson Sky

Crimson Sky were a symphonic/prog rock band until their disbandment in November 2014. Moray joined the band in October 2011 and worked with a revitalised lineup to record a 4 track EP with esteemed producer John Mitchell (Lonely Robot, Arena, It Bites) in 2012 - although this being prog, it clocked in at over 25 minutes of music! The band played all over the country to fans old and new, including a slot at HRH Prog festival alongside bands such as The Enid and The Flower Kings.