Bursting onto the scene in 2012, Moose Blood have established themselves as one of the UK’s hottest exports across two albums (2014’s debut full-length ‘I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time ToTime’ and 2016’s ‘Blush’) which took the best of American mid-west emo and updated it with a quintessentially British twist.
The latter of those two records was a bona fide breakout success, crashing the UK top 10. Now, the band – completed by singer and guitarist Eddy Brewerton, bassist Kyle Todd and drummer Lee Munday – are gearing up to release their hotly anticipated third LP ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore’, a record which delves into the most complexly emotional territory they’ve ever explored; Brewerton and Osborne’s fertile creative partnership beautifully excavating universal traumas with deft skill. The sound of two songwriters reaching their peak. “We want people to take what they need for their lives from this record,” notes Brewerton. “Making it has felt like a catharsis for us, and it would be great if it can help other people in the same way.” And with an absolutely exceptional clutch of new songs under their belt as well as their most expansive touring schedule to date slated for 2018, taking in the biggest venues they’ve ever tackled, the four piece look set to be helping a lot more fans, old and new, in the very near future.