Half Moon presents:

New Moon - A Night of New Music

MarceL + Moir + Belonging + Tercelvoice + James Randle

Half Moon - Putney, London

£2.50 Adv / Door
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm

A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...

Founded in January 2017, New Moon offers music fans the chance to see the best up-and-coming acts from the UK, Europe, and often from around the globe.

Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm.

If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via music@halfmoon.co.uk

Line Up

Let your mind travel with the songs of MarceL.

The band, born last summer in London, with talents from all around Europe, is influenced by worldwide music genres. Its timeless and comforting sound will take you on a real musical experience.

Led by songwriter and composer Jean-Baptiste Dano on vocal and guitar, Magda Skyllbäck on vocal, Jordan Liardon on bass, Paul Drilhon on keyboards, Owen Baldwin on guitar and Vincent Cudet on drums; this six-piece band will take you on a musical journey that won’t let you indifferent. Just come and listen for yourself…

Moir is an electro-soul artist hailing from London and has recently released her debut EP ‘The Truth Is’. Although a new artist, Moir’s music has already garnered strong support, with premieres on The Line of Best Fit and The 405, airplay on Soho radio and a place on Spotify Finland’s New Music Friday playlist. She was one of 12 emerging artists selected for the Roundhouse’s Rising Sounds project and has performed at both Roundhouse Rising festival and Camden beach.

“Moir has a fascinating ability to express tenderness through her devastating delivery…” The Line of Best Fit

“Grandiose and arresting from the first moment to the last” - The 405

Big on choruses, home-made slogan t-shirts and nervous energy, the last year has seen Belonging branch out from North London bedroom-pop origins to become a fully-fledged live act. Taking in indie, pop, grunge, electro and folk influences, and drawing comparisons with Foals, Blur, Everything Everything and Wolf Alice, recent singles Do Something, Do Anything and All I Can Hear have been championed by Radio X's John Kennedy and BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson, and he’s supported the likes of Sad Boys Club, Catholic Action, Everyone You Know, Wooze, Zooni and Misty Miller as well as playing The Alternative Escape in Brighton in May.

Tercelvoice hails from the bleak Yorkshire wolds in the UK. Last year saw the release of his debut album, a beautifully sparse indi folk record, with an intimate lyrical and vocal style that conjures a texturous and emotional landscape which resonates very deeply with the listener.
His style is tender, walm and vulnerable to the core.

All 9 tracks from the album have appeared on BBC Introducing and “Bad to the bone” was played on BBC 6 Music by Tom Robinson.

Recently supported Johanna Warren in Cardiff and is on tour throughout September/October in the UK.

Anyone left with a gaping hole in their heart since "For Emma…Forever" by Bon Iver (or Elliott Smith for that matter...) needs to pay attention!

James Randle is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Wimbledon London, that draws influences from the Americana sound of soulful vocals coupled with creative guitar work. James’ mantra is to write and perform an honest open invitation of his vantage point, representing the ‘you are where you’re at’.

Is James as grandiose as someone sent on a divine mission from God to rescue the slalom skiing ducks of Mt FootWeb from the dewy breath of global warming… No He’s simply here to do what he loves and that is to play music the way he knows how.