TOUR & ALBUM NEWS: The Big Moon announce Autumn tour, album nominated for Mercury Prize


It’s been a hectic eighteen months for London’s The Big Moon. Mapped out largely on the road across the US, Europe, and on repeat tours of the UK, the four-piece have firmly cemented their status as one of Britain’s best new bands, culminating in the release of one of the albums of the year so far, and a string of sold out shows including London’s Village Underground.

Following the release of their critically acclaimed debut, the band have announce a new run of 20 dates stretching across the UK throughout September/October. See below for dates and ticket links.

‘Love In The 4th Dimension’ nominated for Mercury Prize

The band have announced that ‘Love In The 4th Dimension’ has been nominated for a Mercury Prize.

Speaking of their 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.”

Purchase Love In The 4th Dimension here:

The Big Moon UK 2017 Tour Dates

17th – 20th August – Green Man Festival
25th – 27th August – Reading Festival
25th – 27th August – Leeds Festival
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 – Tenement Trail Festival, Glasgow
2nd October – LiVe, Preston
3rd October – Fruit, Hull
6th October – Magnet, Liverpool
7th October – Sound Control, Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
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
14th October – The Cookie, Leicester
15th October – Moles, Bath
17th October – The Loft, Southampton
18th October – The Bullingdon, Oxford
20th October – KOKO, London

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