The Big Moon are very excited to announce the details of their new album, ‘Walking Like We Do’, the follow up to their acclaimed Mercury Music Prize nominated debut ‘Love In The 4th Dimension’.
The album is released on 10th January 2020 via Fiction Records and available to pre-order now.
Having recently returned with the explosive new track ‘It’s Easy Then’, the British band punch heavy once more here with the dazzling cinematic pop right-hook of ‘Your Light’, premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on Radio 1.
The ‘Your Light’ video was filmed in the Essex countryside and features the band showcasing some bicycle related dance moves and share the limelight with some unexpected furry friends.
As a record, ‘Walking Like We Do’ finds The Big Moon at a thematic crossroads, swapping the more straightforward love songs of their debut album for thornier topics. Juliette’s lyrics throughout the album find the band trying to make sense of the world we live in, riding through instability and never quite shaking the feeling that anything could happen. The band firmly harnessed these fears, moulding them into a positive force, losing none of the excitement and joy that first brought them together and sees them creating the boldest and brightest music of their career.
The Big Moon will hit the road in support of Pixies throughout September, and with Bombay Bicycle Club in January and February 2020. The full list of dates includes two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace. Full details are listed below, with any remaining tickets on sale now.
THE BIG MOON LIVE
13th September – Cardiff Arena (w/ Pixies)
16th September – Birmingham Academy (w/ Pixies)
17th September – Leeds Academy (w/ Pixies)
18th September – Manchester Apollo (w/ Pixies)
20th September – London Alexandra Palace(w/ Pixies)
21st September – Newcastle Academy (w/ Pixies)
22nd September – Glasgow Academy (w/ Pixies)
23rd September – Edinburgh Usher Hall (w/ Pixies)
25th September – Belfast Ulster Hall (w/ Pixies)
26th September – Dublin Olympia (w/ Pixies)
12th October – Manchester Neighbourhood Festival
20th January – Cambridge Corn Exchange (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
21st January – Bournemouth O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
23rd January -Leicester De Montford Hall (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
24th January – Cardiff University (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
25th January – Leeds O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
27th January -Newcastle O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
28th January – Glasgow Barrowland (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
31st January – Birmingham O2 Academy 1 (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
1st February – Brighton Centre (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
3rd February – Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
7th February – London Alexandra Palace(w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
10th February – Dublin Vicar Street (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
12th February – Belfast Ulster Hall (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)