The band describe themselves as a “’rock’n’roll four-piece” on SoundCloud where their music is consumed by an audience of 190 followers. Greater success has been seen over on the streaming application of Spotify with the band accumulating over 1,000 monthly listeners, and a following of just over 200 people.
There’s no doubt that the band’s Leave Leave Leave has been heard once or twice before without recognition being given to the London-based quadruplet behind it.
Low, another track from the band’s 2016 release, showcases the aggression of punk infused with the catchiness of pop. The lesser known songs – Today Is Not My Day, and 1,2,3 Old – complete the band’s discography.
With only one self-tilted EP under their sleeve, and yet an array of festival slots this summer – it is interesting to see what their live performance offers. Shortly after sharing the stage with Feeder for three tour dates, M O S E S kick off a busy festival season by opening OneFest and Frank Turner’s Lost Evenings.
M O S E S give it all they’ve got, and present a lively set with enough energy to compensate for lack of crowd. The absence of an adequate audience does not damping this band’s mood, or performance. If I was you, I’d watch this space. With that much drive and persistence to present a good gig, M O S E S are a promising act with a lot of potential.