Moses Sumney has announced details of a debut headline London show this month.
Sumney will play at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch on 18th August (joined by Oscar Key Sung), and will follow the performance with an appearance at David Byrne’s Meltdown Festival two days later (20th August). Sumney will take part in the William Onyeabor tribute night ‘Never Mind William Onyeabor: Here’s Atomic Bomb!”, alongside Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip), Amadaou and Marian, and Sinkane.
Moses Sumney recently released his first single on Terrible Records, ‘Seeds’, mixed by Grizzly Bear’s own Chris Taylor. It follows his self-release debut EP ‘Mid City Island’ in 2014.
Listen to ‘Seeds’ below and grab tickets/RSVP for Moses Sumney’s headline show at Ace Hotel here.
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