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The Big Moon Return With New Single It's Easy Then

Wednesday, 07 August 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Photo: Pooneh Ghana

The Big Moon have dropped a new single.

It's Easy Then is the first new material from the band since their Mercury Prize-nominated album ‘Love In The 4th Dimension’, which came out in 2017.

 A step away from their earlier guitar-focused Brit-pop style, the new track is calmer, and revolves around a set of piano chords and choir-like backing vocals.

The Big Moon are set to support Pixies on tour in the UK this September, and are expected to put out a new album later in the year.





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