Stop what you’re doing and listen to The Big Moon’s debut album

It's ok, we said it was fine.
The Big Moon‘s debut album is out!

We hereby give you permission to stop whatever you’re doing and listen to ‘Love In The 4th Dimension‘.

The ★★★★★ record was made with the simple understanding, “Why do something boring when you can do something interesting, weird or silly?”

“We found our sound,” explains Jules. “We toured these songs for two years before we recorded them. And we recorded in loads of different ways and in loads of different places and did singles and things and by the time it came round to recording the album, we knew exactly what we wanted it to sound like. It’s got lots of different faces and moods but it’s cohesive as well. It all sounds like us, and it sounds like us when we play together. It’s not this different thing. It is just the way we sound when we play our instruments in our practice room,” she continues before adding, “I’m sorry, I should probably make it sound more exciting than that.”

Not that things get more exciting than The Big Moon and their big, shiny, banger-filled debut. Learn the words, then get to a show. K?


20 The Haunt, Brighton

21 Clwb lfor Bach, Cardiff

22 Sub 89, Are You Listening Festival, Reading

23 Electric Circus, Edinburgh

25 Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast

26 Dublin Academy 2, Dublin

28 Deaf Institute, Manchester

29 Live at Leeds, Leeds

30 FestEvol, Liverpool


02 Village Underground, London


17-20 Green Man Festival, UK

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