06 May 2016


Appearing at Brighton's The Great Escape Festival earlier this month was London four piece The Big Moon; a matriarchal indie extravaganza where Sky Larkin meets Haim. Having toured with The Vaccines no less, this year finally sees the girls getting deserved recognition for their warming indie sojourns.

Courtesy of pineapple and the taste of cum, let's say no more, "Cupid", the latest instalment from the band was generated. Starting off rather mellifluous at first, lead singer Juliette ensures lyrical strength between gentile guitar chord caresses and soothing agendas. Later, such gestures are thrown right out of the window, becoming punctuated by rousing drum beats and percussive jangling. That layering is what we love about the infectious "Cupid". The irreverent "oohs", the raucous orchestrations amid quietened inter-chorus lulls and that whole nineties indie guitar-strewn walk into the fuzzy riff yonder with a snarly glint in the eye is what it's all about.

Check out the awesome music video for "Cupid" below then be sure to spread the new music love and share, re-post and retweet this review.

Remember, if you are going to The Great Escape Festival, check out The Big Moon. For all set times and venues go to the website.

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