The Moods final show of 2018
The Moods are coming to the end of an incredible summer of festivals and gigs, that has seen over 15,000 attend their live shows, festival slots & headline tour dates across the UK. Crowds, press and music industry bloggers have been blown away, by the pure energy, enthusiasm and dance vibe that the moods bring to any stage.
It’s infectious and we dare anyone not to dance. The Summer single carnival was a massive worldwide smash, 20,000 streams, played in 50 countries and heard on over 45 UK, National. Regional and global FM/AM radio stations.
One more festival awaits, Music from The North, at Band on the Wall, Manchester on 15th December, will bring to a deafening crescendo, a momentous year for the moods.
EXPLOSIVE NEW VIDEO FROM THE MOODS- "KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY"
As featured in major new UK Movie Strangeways Here we Come.
Keep Your Powder Dry is raw, live and explosive. The Moods at their breathtaking best. Making people dance, "A party on & off the stage".This brand new film, captures the power of the performance & moments when, band and crowd, "meld as one", as a sweat drenched, packed out venue, erupts into a full blown stage invasion. Result, the whole venue is bouncing and raving to the song.
Keep Your Powder Dry, Filmed in September, at the end of the massively successful summer 2018 carnival tour at the brilliant Waterloo Music Venue in Blackpool. Keep your powder dry is the new "Double" single from the moods released on A1M records 5th October , stream it and buy it Here
The single has has a massive response with thousands of streams on Spotify and heading up the acclaimed new music Friday Playlist. This is part of a new double single from the moods released along with "Kids Carry Guns"s, which both feature on the soundtrack of the critically acclaimed dark urban comedy, "Strangeways here we come" See the film trailer below
Reaching a truly global audience with massive plays in major USA cities including, Chicago, Atlanta, Texas and LA. The songs have also had exclusive plays on BBC introducing Lancashire, with playlists on regional and local FM and Internet stations.
Social Media Links
News story provided by Manilla PR Ltd