“I think a lot of it is about making sense of strange times. A lot of musicians are trying to make sense of that, and there’s a lot of crazy stuff going on. You feel like, has this always been happening or have I just grown up and started noticing it happening?” Jules Jackson told us in August about The Big Moon’s upcoming second album, ‘Walking Like We Do’. “Then there’s a lot of stuff about getting older, everyone having babies and feeling a bit ARGH! Everything feels different. The last album felt so innocent, and that time feels so innocent compared to now, so it’s really about trying to make sense of all that.”
Now the group have announced that they’ll be doing a special one-off show at London’s The Lexington on 17th October, promising “old favourites” from debut LP ‘Love In The 4th Dimension’, as well as a glimpse into album number two, which is due early next year.
Check out the post below and we’ll see ya there, yeah?
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MOONERZ! We are so happy to announce that we are doing a one-off intimate show at The Lexington on 17th October. We really wanted to do a special headliner in London where we could see all your faces, play some of the old favourites and give you a proper taste of what we have in store for you on album 2 so we are VERY excited for this. If you pre-order ‘Walking Like We Do’ from the official TBM store before 5pm on 2nd Oct you get first access to tickets! (You will also get our album which is another BONUS) Otherwise general sale will be this Friday 4th, 9am. link is in our butthole. JKZ it’s in our bio. Cool. Can’t wait to see you there. Xx
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