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The Big Moon announce Autumn UK tour

They’ll be playing their biggest headline show to date at London’s The Forum!

Currently out on tour supporting Bombay Bicycle Club, The Big Moon have just confirmed that they’ll be heading out on the road again for their own headline tour later this year!

Celebrating January’s sophomore album ‘Walking Like We Do’, the tour will have some of their biggest shows to date, ending with a big night at London’s Forum on 30th October.

See the new dates here:

OCTOBER

21 – Sheffield, The Leadmill

22 – Glasgow, The Garage

23 – Newcastle, Riverside

24 – Manchester, Academy 2

26 – Brighton, Concorde 2

27 – Cardiff, The Tramshed

28 – Birmingham, The O2 Institute 2

30 – London, The O2 Forum

To coincide with the announcement, the group are also sharing a behind-the-scenes documentary that they shot while recording in Atlanta! Check it out below.

See The Big Moon live at the following dates.

FEBRUARY

07 – London, Alexandra Palace (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)

10 – Dublin, Vicar Street (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)

11 - Dublin, Vicar Street (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)

12 – Belfast, Ulster Hall (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)

27 – Bristol, The Fleece – Sold Out

28 – Liverpool, O2 Academy 2

29 – Edinburgh, Summerhall Arts Centre – Sold Out

MARCH

02 – Nottingham, Contemporary – Sold Out

03 – Oxford, O2 Academy 2 – Sold Out

04 – London, Oslo – Annie Mac Presents… – Sold Out

09 – Paris, Le Point Ephémère

10 – Cologne, MTC

11 – Berlin, Privatclub

13 – Amsterdam, Paradiso

14 – Antwerp, Trix Bar

MAY

23 – Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender

JUNE

28 – London, Finsbury Park (w/ Kings Of Leon)

JULY

02 – Belgium, Rock Werchter

04 – Halifax, The Piece Hall (w/Kaiser Chiefs)

05 – Halifax, The Piece Hall (w/Kaiser Chiefs)

17 – Salisbury, Larmer Tree Festival

31 – Sheffield, Tramlines

AUGUST

01 – Steventon, Truck Festival

09 – Newquay, Boardmasters Festival

20 - 23 – Fairmile, Beautiful Days Festival

30 – Lincoln, Lost Village

OCTOBER

21 – Sheffield, The Leadmill

22 – Glasgow, The Garage

23 – Newcastle, Riverside

24 – Manchester, Academy 2

26 – Brighton, Concorde 2

27 – Cardiff, The Tramshed

28 – Birmingham, The O2 Institute 2

30 – London, The O2 Forum

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