The Big Moon release new single – tour coming to Manchester in October

Manchester gigs - The Big Moon - credit Pooneh Ghana

The Big Moon have revealed their new single will be Why taken from their Top 20 album Walking Like We Do.  The band are set to headline at Manchester Academy 2 in October.

The band, who recently supported Bombay Bicycle Club at Victoria Warehouse, have also released the first part of their new podcast.  The podcast discusses the origins and creation of each track on the album.  The podcast is available on Spotify with Track x Track 1 – It’s Easy Then discussing the first track on the album.

New single Why and the podcast follow previous single Barcelona.

The Big Moon supported Bombay Bicycle Club through January and February this year, including an outstanding performance at Manchester’s Victoria WarehouseThe Big Moon are set to hit the road again in October including a Manchester Academy 2 gig.

In response to the worldwide Covid-19 emergency, the band have also contributed to ‘Songs For The National Health Service’, a one-off compilation album of exclusive, unreleased tracks by some of the biggest names in indie, with all proceeds funding specialist PPE for hospitals and NHS key workers via Hoods For Heroes.

When do The Big Moon headline at Manchester Academy 2?

The Big Moon headline at Manchester Academy 2 on 24 October 2020.  The Manchester gig is one of eight UK dates they have announced:
21 October   –   Sheffield, Leadmill
22 October   –   Glasgow, The Garage
23 October   –   Newcastle, Riverside
24 October   –   Manchester, Manchester Academy 2
26 October   –   Brighton, Concorde 2
27 October   –   Cardiff, The Tramshed
28 October   –   Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
30 October   –   London, The O2 Forum

Manchester gigs – The Big Moon – image courtesy Pooneh Ghana

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