The Moods have released a new anthem for the times we now live in in the form of “P.O.P. (Profit over People)”. Sadly, this is more than true, but it needs to be pointed out in order to be defied. The Moods perform this task with a reverence for rebellion and a regard for history that only a true indie band can achieve. The track is 3:36 of electronic declaration and rhyming rebellion with the charisma of musical guerillas. This will put you in ‘The Moods” for a movement.

About The Moods
The Moods’ new album, is packed with potent political messages, this is way more than just infectious music and rap. With honesty and urgency, The Moods tackle topics such as social injustice, inequality, poverty, and corruption. (Released on A1M records Digital, Vinyl & CD on 29th September. P.O.P, (Profit over People), is the bands, second single, and is taken from the album. It comes with a powerful political message and thought-provoking new video. At a moment in time when music is a crucial part of the push for social change, this breathtaking track is both resonant and relevant. (Single released on the 8th September).

The Moods are a ten-piece collective of producers, poets, and musicians from Manchester and the North West. Combining drum & bass, reggae, hip-hop and EDM, The Moods’ mighty music sparks off a contagious need to dance. The band’s live act just got even more powerful with the welcoming of Alice, a classically-trained violinist, to the family; her stunning strings bring a whole new level to The Moods’ already awesome performance. The Moods make music with real grit and substance: they’re a band with plenty to say, singing and rapping with raw passion about the important stuff: war, famine, love, life, and death. The Moods will make you dance, and then they’ll make you think.

Summer 2017 has been unforgettable for The Moods and their fans. The band has wowed crowds in iconic venues, in fields, even in a forest. What’s more, their first single, JOY, was met with critical acclaim, primetime regional radio airplay, tens of thousands of streams and stellar reviews. And the thought-provoking video to accompany the single, starring Steve Evets (Looking for Eric) has been entered for the BFI London Film Festival.


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@GoodVibesOnlyU1 Can’t wait for this Tickets still available for this Friday on the skiddle link in the thread 🙌🏼

About 2 months ago from The Moods's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone


The incredible summer season culminated on 8th September, with a huge homecoming gig for The Moods at Manchester’s landmark O2 Ritz, A huge celebration, to herald the release of Missing Peace, and signal a significant turning point in the band’s progress. The Moods are ready to spread their word and their sounds all over the UK, so look out for even more unmissable live shows as the Mighty Moods, in the autumn, as they take “Missing Peace” on the road.

SOURCE: Official Bio

Featured image by CMTaylor Photography.

 

‘There are about half a dozen spectacular Manchester bands and The Moods are one of them’
– Clint Boon, XS Radio

‘A truly down-to-earth band with an infectious charisma that creates a visible brotherhood on stage. Each one feeds off the others, elevating the energy with each song.’
– Dana Miller, the Music Site.

‘Wow! The Track “JOY” is a Seriously Huge Tune’
– Frank Arkwright, Abbey Road Studios

‘Wow, this is like The Specials on speed! It has the same political statement that Ghost Town had at the time of all that unrest in the early 80s. To say I love it would be the understatement of the year! It’s refreshingly different, I’ve heard nothing like it and it’s well produced too! Awesome track:-).’
– Chris Straw, Bauer Radio Producer.

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