The Big Moon announces UK tour for 2022



The Big Moon has announced a UK tour set to take place in 2022 – check out full details below.

The London group will hit the road next May to support their second album “Walking Like We Do”, which was released in January 2020. Tickets are available here.

Sharing the news on social media earlier today (October 12), the group reflected on the lack of live dates since the release of their last record, due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. “Gahhhh it’s finally happening!” they wrote. “The Big Moon Big Tour is coming to a city near you in 2022!”

They continued, “2020 had to be a big year for us and this particular tour is something that we have been working on for our entire career, so we are delighted to be able to keep all of the original towns and to announce this news and (hopefully fingers crossed to pray to all goddesses) the final official dates.

The Big Moon also thanked the fans for their patience, adding, “We love you and can’t wait to see you and put on an amazing show. And to all of you who haven’t yet – NOW !! It’s going to be very special. See you in the pit x “

The tour kicks off in Glasgow on May 23, with concerts in Newcastle (May 24), Sheffield (May 25), Manchester (May 27), Birmingham (May 28), Cardiff (May 29) and Brighton (May 31). The group will end the ride with a homecoming performance at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, London.

You can see the full list of dates in the post above.

Although The Big Moon has yet to play a date to support “Walking Like We Do,” the group has taken to the stage at festivals such as Neighborhood Weekender, Boardmasters and Standon Calling over the summer.

Last month, the group supported Kaiser Chiefs and Courteeners during their shows at Piece Hall in Halifax and Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester, respectively.

In a review of this last concert, NME wrote: “Starting with ‘Sucker’ the opening tracks of The Big Moon give off an air of freshness, their gritty and melodic guitar lines echoing happily as the sun shines on us. Singer Juliette Jackson struggles to contain her glee when she says, “It’s nice to see your smiling faces,” as the group navigates the golden indie-pop of “Barcelona.”

“Reading the scale of the event, they release a catchy cover of Fatboy Slim’s ‘Praise You’, but their own material is the real winner – an upcoming climax with their dreamy, melodic ‘Cupid’ hymn.”



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