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What a better place to play weird psychedelic space rock than a church? Come and witness by yourself what happens when you let Moon Goose spread their wings in a semi confined space. Expect weirdness, surreal experience, a light trauma, and a special guest to start the night. We’ll play songs from our three albums with a focus on the new tracks from our third album to be released on that very night.
Pre sale tickets: £7.50 (£8 at the door)
Concession price: £3.75 (over 65, on UC, students) (use that link)
Under 16s: £0
Last week we were supposed to finish recording our second album at AR Studio. We also should have played the Globe for BrightField Spring Edition with a bunch of really cool people. Last month we missed an awesome gig that has already been reported for March next year! (more on that later)
But instead of dwelling on all that, let’s focus on the fact that we’re all fine and active. We’ve been sending each other bits of stems and whatnot and even if it really feels unnatural (our music has always happened because we were all in the same room jamming together), it still is something. We might even get a track out of it at the end of the lockdown!
A year ago, we were in a local church in Hay-on-Wye, launching Source Code with our spacesuits, smoke, lights, a choir, a church organ, lots of friends and very nice people.
We talked about making it a yearly event, or on the contrary do a tour in churches. Who knows?
Photos by Juliette, Layla, Billie, Emanation, Lief. Artwork by Lapin Blanc.
We had a blast last night for our Release Party.
Photo by the talented Billie Charity
Playing in a Church was amazing. The set was decorated thanks to Lavish Studio masks and oddities.
Val’s gong bath was perfect. (The Table)
Firecrow’s set at the intermission was brilliant!
The place was filled with familiar faces and we made lots of new friends around a few pints after the show.
Dave played on the massive Church’s organ, we had a powerful choir on Knifeless Skinning chanting Sanskrit and Gregorian chants mixed together.
We had a human smoke machine! Thanks Emanation Smith.
We sold the few vinyls we had kept so we are completely sold out this time. 580 pressed and gone.
We’ll share more photos and videos. If you have some share them with us!
Special thanks to our Number one fan Paul Evans who came from Manchester to see the show. And to Juliette and the girls for handling the door.
We’re overwhelmed by the feedback we’ve had on the album and the show. Thank you so much!