In world where you can make music on your own on a laptop and distribute it all over the world in a matter of seconds there’s something very pure and heart-warming when humans get into a room with other humans, plug in some instruments and see what happens.
This is exactly what The Big Moon are all about; Juliette, Soph, Celia and Fern came together to write and make music with other humans and see what happens. What happened was one of the most promising rock bands to come out of the UK for a while was created. Debut single, the moody ‘Sucker’ introduced The Big Moon to the world and the buzz around the quartet started to intensify.
Barn-storming performances on the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds brought new eyes onto the band and it wasn’t long before tour support offers started rolling in. The Big Moon have been supporting ‘If You Wanna’ hit makers The Vaccines on the latter’s huge headline tour and will also support The Maccabees early next year on a run which includes three shows at the legendary O2 Academy Brixton.
It seems like a good time for bands of rock persuasion at the moment. With a raft of tour dates already in the diary for 2016, and an album presumably on the way, the future looks bright for The Big Moon.