Moondude’s debut single ‘Displaced’ is positively dreamy

South London is so hot right now.
South London is so-hot-right-now, and it’s only getting hotter with this, the debut single from Moondude.

A perfect mix of introspective shoegaze and dreamy pop titled ‘Displaced’, you can check out the five-piece’s debut single first on Dork now.

Alongside the track comes a letter from the band. “This song is about those in power but want more and more of it,” they write. “Because of this, it’s also about the people who are directly affected by their astonishing greed.”

Their handwriting is pretty neat, so you can read that in full too.

Moondude have a run of live dates starting this weekend. You can catch them at:


1 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton (w/ Sugarmen)

2 Total Refreshment Centre, Dalston

14 The Nines, Peckham

21 Komedia, Brighton (w/ Haus & Plaza)

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