Latitude 2013 video: Half Moon Run - Call Me in the Afternoon
Half Moon Run are playing the i Arena at this year's Latitude festival at Henham Park, Suffolk
Wednesday 17 July 2013
The festival is this weekend. Find out more about it here
Nestled under a canopy of trees in the Latitude woods, the i Arena will showcase the most exciting music stars of tomorrow in a truly atmospheric woodland setting.
Half Moon Run are a Canadian trio who fuse elements of indie, pop and folk with beautiful rhythmic harmonies, delicate guitar lines and a hint of warm electronica.
Within two years of forming, the band’s moody psychedelic soundscapes attracted the attention of tastemakers at the SXSW Festival and Half Moon Run went on to release their self-titled debut album to rave reviews in Canada last year.
The band are now set to bring their sound here after a personal invitation from Mumford & Sons to support them on their arena tour this Spring.
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