Formed by three Minneapolis high school friends, Night Moves having been makin' moves since their acclaimed debut album 'Colored Emotions' was released in 2011. After being signed to Domino, their album got a 'facelift' and was re-released in all its cosmic country and dream pop glory. Come along and melt at those tight harmonies in 'Denise, Don't Wanna See You Cry'. We promise you won't regret it.
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Don't Worry + Sad Blood
2016 blessed us with loads of free emo shows around London, and it looks like 2017 is gearing up to do the same. Still reeling from their new EP release, Don’t Worry is back on the road and playing this free show with fellow emo/power-pop balladeers Sad Blood at our favourite record shop. How can it get better, you ask? It’s an all ages show, meaning you can bring all your eager younger siblings.