(ft. Mystery Jets’ Blaine Harrison, Arthur Brown and The Unthanks)


Out June 2nd on Navigator Records

Having constantly been on the road for 4 years and enchanting crowds at Festivals as varied as Cropredy to End of the Road, Moulettes are steadily becoming regarded as one of the most exciting and original bands of the decade. Nominated for Best Group in Alternative BRIT Awards and Winners of Best Band category of Spiral Awards 2013, they now are launching their third album “Constellations” into a musical atmosphere that rarely sees such accomplished musicianship, storytelling and song craft working so harmoniously together. By exploring new blends of rock, pop, classical and folk music they have commanded respect by renowned players and DJs around the UK, including Bob Harris and Cerys Mathews.

The “Constellations” sessions saw Herbie Flowers (Lou Reed, David Bowie), Arthur Brown (God of Hellfire), Emma Richardson (Band of Skulls), Blaine Harrison (Mystery Jets) and The Unthanks join the band in the studio. This tour will see their dark comedy and otherworldly moods expand into bigger orchestral arrangements; so don’t be surprised if some of the special guests from the sessions and others turn up on stage to promote this astronomically epic new record. “Constellations” is out June 2nd on Navigator Records (home to Lisa Knapp, Bellowhead, Fiona Bevan, Paper Aeroplanes, Oysterband and many more).


Catch them live at the following dates:

23rd March London, Kings Place
19th April Isle Of Wight, Quay Arts
22nd April Cambridge, Junction
23rd April Bridport, The Electric Palace
24th April Brighton, The Haunt
25th April Ipswich, The Cut Cafe
26th April Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
30th April Wolverhampton, The Robin 2
1st May Manchester, The Ruby Lounge
2nd May York, Fibbers
3rd May Swansea, The Garage
8th May Liverpool, Academy 2
9th May Newcastle, Cluny
10th May Morecambe The Hothouse
17th May Guildford, The Boileroom
22nd May Penzance, Acorn
23rd May Torrington, The Plough Arts Centre
24th May Off The Tracks
29th May Norwich, The Waterfront
30th May Newbury, The Arlington Arts Centre
31st May Acoustic Festival of Britain


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