Half Moon presents:

New Moon - A Night of New Music

Christian Larsmon + Artfair + Hollie Shearer + Anouska Assisi + Bias + Nick Gladdish

Half Moon - Putney, London

£2.50 Adv / Door
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
General Admission (e-ticket)
$3.34 + $0.67 s/c

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. Free Two Tribes Beer for the first 24 customers.

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

Line Up

Christian Larsmon is an up and coming independent artist and singer songwriter hailing from Surrey. Having spent the best part of his 20's performing acoustic covers for private events as solo singing guitarist, Christian has moved to London to focus on releasing and performing original material with a goal of getting a manager and getting on the major festival circuit by 2027. During his music career, Christian has opened concerts for major acts including Eric Clapton, Katie Melua, Arthur Brown and The Pretty Things. Christian was recently scouted to sing live on the ITV production 'Romeo and Duet' (episode 2), where he sang an acoustic duet of 'Shut Up and Dance' by Walk The Moon. In December 2021, Christian released his first live covers and originals EP called 'Live at Cisbury Road' which can be found on all major streaming platforms and is excited to be performing tracks from his upcoming EP 'Dark Before The Dawn' at New Moon. You can follow and support Christian on Instagram, Facebook and Tik Tok to keep informed about new music and gig dates.

Emerging London 5-piece Artfair erupt with a joyous sound which radiates youthful energy. Successfully navigating the cornerstones of pop and indie rock, driving guitars and syncopated live piano motifs are intertwined with expressive vocals, which soar over the band’s locomotive rhythm section.

Artfair’s eclectic sonic palette derives from their wide variety of influences. Capturing the bark of the Libertines, grooves from old school electronic music, and the poetry of Lorde, they are quickly establishing themselves as a fearless creative force with a proclivity for telling evocative stories.

Since forming on a fresher’s week dance floor in Camden, the band have had a lightning start to their career, releasing two singles which achieved transatlantic radio airplay and strong playlist support, and selling out their debut headline show at The Water Rats.

In these releases, the band display their impressive musicality and stylish songwriting, characterised by huge choruses filled with considerable lyrical depth. Listen out for idiomatic one liners you could stick on a billboard!

The end of 2021 is going to be big for Artfair, with the release of their stadium ready new single ‘Bittersweet’, the return of their dynamic live show headlining touring venue Camden Assembly, and the stunning “Bittersweet” music video.

Undeniably these boys are going places. Are you going to come with them?

Artfair’s anthemic third single “Bittersweet” will be released on all platforms on 22nd October.

London based Singer/Songwriter Hollie Shearer has a very elegant way of expressing her emotion throughout her songs. Hollie has had a passion for singing and writing since a very young age and her powerful vocals have an undeniable way of pulling on your heart strings. Hollie is mainly influenced by country music; with storytelling lyrics and raw emotion, she aims to portray this in her own music. She is inspired by the likes of Kacey Musgraves, Dolly Parton, Lewis Capaldi and John Mayer just to name a few. Hollie has previously worked with Modest Music and Closer Management, allowing her to gain knowledge and understand different aspects within the world of music. Hollie is an alumni of BIMM, graduating with a BA Honours Degree in Creative Musicianship. Since her graduation, Hollie has solely focused on meeting musicians alike and creating/recording her music. "Hollie has already released four singles that she co-wrote with BROOKFIELD; the first single from the EP was “Love You Better” and she is excited to release many more. Last year Hollie travelled to Nashville to collaborate with some extremely talented writers to complete her album which she hopes to release very soon."

British born Anouska Assisi is an 19 year old award winning

singer - songwriter and guitarist whose music is a compelling hybrid of folk rhythms delivered with soul and lyrical authenticity. Musically literate from a young age Anouska has already amassed an impressive body of work and prior to the pandemic was wowing audiences with her live performances. She has a growing fan base internationally and is on the radar of A&R executives on both sides of the Atlantic.

Bias is the solo project of Tokyo-based singer-songwriter, Keiichiro

Nemoto who does almost all artistic activities by himself, including vocals, lyrics, composition, arrangement, mixing, playing instruments, artwork, music video etc. His music has a nostalgic mood with innovative sound and a melody that may touch your heart. He sings in Japanese and English and some lyrics are about a sense of loss, a feeling of sadness inside with bittersweet memories. His 1st album ‘Last Milk’, released in 2020, reached #45 on the iTunes alternative charts in Japan and several of his songs have reached #1 on Deezer Top Japan. He plans to release his 2nd album later this year.

Ranging from the mellow sparsity of Nick’s piano/vocal serenades to full band performances which incorporate elements of blues and progressive rock, the album deals with themes of birth, loss and the varying degrees of confusion within contemporary relationships and the struggles of life. ‘…his confidence and artistry is a joy to behold in last one get the lights’ (Kate Murphy, NARC Magazine: Sept 2021) Committed to the old school method, Nick arranged a two day session which the fundamentals of each track were recorded live, on the studio floor. Everything was recorded ‘off grid’ to allow the flow of each musician to blend naturally. “we went for the organic, live approach to recording to capture something honest and genuine”. NG The album is out now on all major platforms, including Band Camp!
The album’s release was marked with the NG Band’s return to the Cluny 2 in Newcastle, (12.9.2021) to favourable reviews and interest. ‘last one get the lights’ was recorded at Traxx Studios by The Nick Gladdish Band and produced by John Timney. ‘American inspired, warm and gritty rock riffs’ (Rosie Murphy, NE Volume Magazine: Aug 2021)

By signing up you agree to receive news and offers from The Half Moon Putney. You can unsubscribe at any time. For more details see the privacy policy.