One of 2017's buzzed about acts, The Big Moon are headed to London on May 1.
It will be the group's biggest headline show to date at the Village Underground.
They formed in 2014 and are currently readying their debut album "Love in the 4th Dimension".
The album is due for release on April 7 and they have already teased it with broody pop lead single "Formidable".
Frontwoman Jules Jackson says: "We've been playing these songs for two years now, and it's a dream come true to finally immortalise them on record.
"It's like having eleven tiny babies all at once, all with their own little faces and voices and personalities, and now we're ready to throw them out of our nest and into your ears."
Until now they have co-headlined tours with the likes of VANT and supported groups including The Vaccines on their tour.
This tour, their biggest to date will see them perform in Brighton, Reading, Edinburgh and Liverpool as part of FestEvol.
Currently the group are playing at SXSW throughout March before returning to the UK for a busy festival season.
Tickets are priced at £13.20 and you can get them from We Got Tickets here .
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