The Moons tour in December ahead of fourth album release

Featuring members of Paul Weller's band, The Moons come bearing anthems to Liverpool, Glasgow and Birmingham.

27th Sep 2016

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Led by Andy Crofts, The Moons will play Winter shows ahead of their fourth album release - scheduled for 2017. 

The popular Midlands collective feature two members of Paul Weller's band and capture the psychedelic eye of the sixties in their enrapturing and well-crafted songs. (Listen below) 

Citing art to horror films as influences, Crofts and the band are expected to snapshot their forthcoming album, as well as play from their wondrously melodic back-catalog of nostalgia bearing rock and roll hits that are very much thrust into the present. 

Available tickets below: 

Glasgow - The Record Factory, Thursday 1st December 

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Liverpool - The Zanzibar, Saturday 3rd December

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Birmingham - Hare and Hounds, Sunday 4th December

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