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Moist IV is a working title for the upcoming fourth official studio album of Canadian alternative rock band Moist, tentatively set to be released in 2014. It will be Moist's first full studio album since their 1999 release Mercedes 5 and Dime, after which the band released a compilation album and then entered a 12-year hiatus. Moist IV is being produced by Paul Northfield, who previously produced the band's 1996 album Creature as well as Moist frontman David Usher's 1998 solo album Little Songs. As of March 2014, nine songs have been confirmed recorded for the album.
- David Usher - vocals
- Jeff Pearce - bass
- Mark Makoway - guitar
- Kevin Young - keyboard/piano
- Francis Fillion - drums
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