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Half Moon Run are going to play a one-off show at London's Roundhouse next March

Their new album is out in November.
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Published: 2:41 pm, September 16, 2019
Half Moon Run are going to play a one-off show at London's Roundhouse next March

Half Moon Run are going to play a one-off show at London's Roundhouse.

The band - who recently returned with their first new music since their second album, 2015's 'Sun Leads Me On' - will perform at the iconic venue next March.

Conner Molander says of their recent comeback track, 'Then Again', which you can hear below: “We've been writing and performing Then Again, in one form or another, for the better part of five years. I remember the first time hearing the parts Dylan wrote for the string quartet, it felt like that really took the song to another level.”

Their third record, 'A Blemish in the Great Light', is out on 1st November, accompanied by a handful of shows.

Catch the band live:

NOVEMBER
06 BRISTOL SWX Bristol
07 LONDON Electric Brixton
08 GLASGOW Garage
09 MANCHESTER O2 Ritz

MARCH
12 LONDON Roundhouse

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