Mosa Wild / Announce Debut EP With New Single 'Tides' + Tame Impala and Jade Bird Support Tours

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Mosa Wild have unveiled a new single entitled ‘Tides’ and this new track will join previously released tracks ‘Night’ and ‘Smoke’ on the band’s debut EP ‘Talking In Circles’ which will be released on 2nd August via Glassnote Records.  

Produced by Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club) - while other production credits on the ‘Talking In Circles’ EP go to James Kenosha (Pulled Apart By Horses, Dry The River) - ‘Tides’ epitomises Mosa Wild’s windscreen sound. Lead singer Jim Rubaduka’s rich vocals reveal warmth and a heart amidst stadium-sized guitar melodies and powerful, walloping drum lines.  

Speaking about their latest release themselves, Mosa Wild share: "This song was written during a time where a lot of my friends (myself included) felt pretty stuck in life. And I guess this song was born from the realisation that you can sometimes free yourself from the quicksand”  

Stream / Share ‘Tides’ HERE.

Mosa Wild’s previous single, ‘Night’, picked up support across specialist BBC Radio 1 including plays from Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, and Phil Taggart, whilst their debut single ‘Smoke’ has now clocked a staggering 10 million streams online. Mosa Wild have firmly established themselves as ones to watch and ‘Tides’ is released on an exciting wave of early success.

Having sold out The Waiting Room earlier this year - the band’s first ever headline show - Mosa Wild will next headline London’s Omeara on 18th September, a venue they’re familiar with having supported Maggie Rogers there previously. Tickets for the Omeara show are on sale now. Alongside their own headline shows, Mosa Wild will embark on some high profile support shows playing with Tame Impala on a handful of dates in June and supporting Jade Bird throughout her extensive UK headline tour in November. Full upcoming listings as follows.

24th Jun - Empress Ballroom, Blackpool *
26th Jun - 3Arena, Dublin *
5th Jul - Barn On The Farm, Gloucester (festival appearance)
18th Sep - Omeara, London (headline show)
12th Nov - Concorde 2, Brighton ^
13th Nov - Waterfront, Norwich ^
15th Nov - Stylus, Leeds ^
16th Nov - Newcastle University, Newcastle ^  
17th Nov - SWG3 (TV Studio), Glasgow ^
19th Nov - Limelight 2, Belfast ^
20th Nov - Dublin Academy Green Room, Dublin ^
21st Nov - 02 Ritz, Manchester
23rd Nov - O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
24th Nov - The Lemon Grove, Exeter ^
26th Nov - Trinity, Bristol ^
27th Nov - O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London ^  

* Supporting Tame Impala
^ Supporting Jade Bird  


Watch Mosa Wild performing a cover of ‘Brandy Alexander’ live in session for Mahogany HERE.