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Wearing their hearts firmly on their sleeves, Moose Blood became one of the leading figures on the British emo-rock scene with a rousing, earnest sound heavily inspired by their American heroes. Brand New, American Football and Jimmy Eat World are just a few of the US bands who the quartet drew comparisons with following their independent first release in 2012. But the group's live shows, famous for their high energy, confessional interactions and crowd surfing, ensure that fans with Moose Blood tickets enjoy a completely distinctive experience.
Moose Blood's background
Frontman Eddy Brewerton, lead guitarist Mark E. Osborne, bassist Sam Bradford and drummer Glenn Harvey first came together in their hometown of Canterbury, Kent, in 2012. Having previously played in various different hardcore outfits such as Harbours and Burn Down Rome, the group decided to pursue a more melodic sound inspired by various emotive alt-rock bands from the other side of the Atlantic. Following the self-released Bukowski Demo (Summer '12), Moose Blood issued their first EP, Moving Home, through Fist in the Air, and a joint EP with fellow Brits, Departures via No Sleep, in 2013. After replacing Bradford with Kyle Todd, the group signed to the latter label, supported I Am the Avalanche and Balance and Composure on various European dates, and entered the studio with Saosin's Beau Burchell to record their debut album.
Moose Blood's breakthrough
Released in 2014, I'll Keep You in Mind, From Time to Time reached No. 45 on the US Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart and helped the group to land high-profile slots on the Warped Tour and Reading & Leeds Festival lineups, as well as a Best Newcomer nomination at the Kerrang! Awards. After signing with Hopeless Records, the band teamed up with Burchell once again for 2016's sophomore Blush, which peaked at No. 10 on the UK album chart and spawned the singles, "Honey" and "Glow/Knuckles." The group supported the record with a sell-out British tour that included London's O2 Academy, and later that year recorded a cover version of My Chemical Romance's "I Don't Love You" for a Rock Sound magazine compilation.
Moose Blood underwent another lineup change in 2017, when Lee Munday replaced Harvey on drums. A year later, the band embraced a darker, moodier and more introspective sound for their third studio effort, I Don't Think I Can Do This Anymore. The record was preceded by the single, "Talk In Your Sleep," and supported by a 28-date North American tour featuring opening acts Lydia and McCafferty.
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