What’s that in the sky? Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nah mate. Moose Blood. They’re set to smash 2016 out of the proverbial park, so what better way to get started than with a good old fashioned tour to crush it into submission.
With a new album due ‘at some point this year’, Moose Blood will head to Bristol on April 13th, then on to Southampton, London, Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh before finishing up at Liverpool Arts Club on the 23rd.
The full dates read:
13 BRISTOL Fleece (U16s w adult)
14 SOUTHAMPTON 1865 (16+)
15 LONDON Islington Academy (14+)
16 WOLVERHAMPTON Slade Rooms (U16s w adult)
17 NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms (14+)
18 LEEDS Brudenell Social Club (14+)
20 MANCHESTER Sound Control (14+)
21 NEWCASTLE Academy 2 (14+)
22 EDINBURGH Mash House (14+)
23 LIVERPOOL Arts Club (14+)
Tickets are on sale this Friday (29th January) at 9am.
“This record came together a lot faster than the last,” the band’s Eddy Brewerton told Upset about the band’s forthcoming second album, “and we had a little longer in the studio this time around. We have toured so much since the last record came out and I think that helped us become tighter as a band and play better as the four of us. I think that there is just a natural progression with these new songs and we are really proud of it.”
“We started putting a few ideas together when we had some spare time on tour over the summer, but it wasn’t until we got home that we started writing properly,” explains Eddy. “We really thought about the structures of these songs and spent a little more time going over parts in the studio to make them as good as they could be. We were lucky enough to work with Beau Burchell again and he really pushed us to put out the best work that we could.”
“We want to be as busy as we can. We’ll be putting out this new record and be touring as much as possible. We love what we do and want to do it as much as we can.”
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