21.08.17 The Big Moon Unveil The Video Video For Their Latest Single, Pull The Other One.
“This is music that seizes the giddy freedom of youth…Like the best indie bands, The Big Moon sound like a gang you would want to belong to” **** – The Telegraph
“A fire debut” ***** – DIY
“Nostalgic indie with wide-eyed convictions” **** – The Guardian
“A truly stonking debut” 8/10 – The Line of Best Fit
“British rock is crying out for girl gangs, so fingers crossed that The Big Moon’s glorious debut inspires more” – Sunday Times Culture
“Not since Elastica has a band combined such comic insouciance with romance and adventure, and tied it all up in noisy, guitar-led, hook-filled pop” **** – The Times
“The Big Moon are so important” ***** – DORK
“Great indie rockers with a sound that calls to mind Yeah Yeah Yeahs…Full of surprises” **** – The Sun SFTW
“Confident in its own weirdness, Love In The 4th Dimension is as enjoyable as the live shows that birthed it” – Q Magazine
The Big Moon are pleased to share the video for their latest single Pull The Other One, taken from their Mercury Prize nominated debut, Love In The 4th Dimension, available now via Fiction Records.
A fan favourite from the band’s live show, carried by Juliette Jackson’s curt, wry lyricism, Pull The Other One now has a video. Directed by Pooneh Ghana and shot whilst on tour with, and starring Marika Hackman, the video is a detective spoof that could only be from The Big Moon.
Watch the video for Pull The Other One here: https://thebigmoon.lnk.to/PTOOYPR.
The London four piece’s debut was recently nominated for a Mercury Prize – alongside artists like Kate Temptest, Loyle Carner, Sampha and more. Speaking of the nomination the band said, “We can’t believe it! We threw everything into this record and made something we feel incredibly proud of. We are really so so honoured to be nominated alongside so many amazing musicians.”
The results of The Mercury Prize will be announced at the final event on the 14th September.
Catch the band on tour this Autumn – with dates that see them hit towns and venues less explored on their previous stints. They’ll start in Coventry on the 23rd September, covering 19 nights to conclude at London’s KOKO on the 20th October for their biggest headline show yet.
Tickets for all UK shows are on sale now via www.thebigmoon.co.uk and are listed below.
The Big Moon UK 2017 Tour
18th August – Green Man Festival, UK (INFO)
25th August – Reading Festival, UK (INFO)
26th August – Leeds Festival, UK (INFO)
2nd September – Bingley Music Live, UK (INFO)
23rd September – Central Library, Coventry
24th September – Portland Arms, Cambridge
25th September – Plug, Sheffield
27th September – The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
28th September – Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough
29th September – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
30th September – Tenements Trail festival, Glasgow (INFO)
2nd October – LiVe, Preston
3rd October – Fruit, Hull
6th October – Magnet, Liverpool
9th October – The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent
10th October – The Boiler Room, Guilford
11th October – Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate
13th October – Sound and Vision Festival, Norwich (INFO)
14th October – The Cookie, Leicester
15th October – Moles, Bath
17th October – The Loft, Southampton
18th October – The Bullingdon, Oxford
20th October – KOKO, London
Buy the album via The Big Moon’s online store: http://po.st/TBMLVPEC