M O S E S’ “King Size” Teaches Us That Shıτ Comes Together When Everybody Starts Working Together


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London rock quartet, M O S E S, knows that all the problems we face in our daily schedules – from micro to macro ones – accumulate into a giant pile of shit that often make us feel isolated. Their new single “King Size” is a memo (in rock form) that the solution to un-shitty the chaos is by working together. With striking chords and thundering percussions, “King Size” is an invigorating piece trying to knock some sense into modern shenanigans:

“We recorded ‘King Size’ at Vada studio with Dan Austin, who also mixed and produced the track. The song is about life, todays events, and ultimately about people standing together!” shared M O S E S.

Formed in the beginning of 2015, M O S E S debuted their self-titled EP back in October 2016. As of now they have show dates coming up:

6/3 – Camden Rocks (London, UK)

6/9 – O2 Academy (Birmingham, UK)

6/9 – Download Festival (Donington, UK)

6/17 – The Fleece (Bristol, UK)

6/23 – Liquid Room (Edinburgh, UK)

6/30 – The Waterfront (Norwich, UK)

7/1 – Camden Electric Ballroom (London, UK)

7/8 – 2000 Trees (Cheltenham, UK)

7/29 – Kendal Calling (Lowther Deer Park, UK)

8/12 – Lakefest Festival (Gloucestershire, UK)

8/25-27 – Reading & Leeds Festival (Leeds, UK)