Mosa Wild / Announce Debut London Shows Supporting Maggie Rogers

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“Mosa Wild have made their first impression, and it’s not one we’ll forget in a hurry” - Line of Best Fit

“…positively bristles with potential; not to mention a shed load of heart and soul” - Gold Flake Paint

 “Rich, ethereal, raw” - Earmilk    

 

Mosa Wild have announced they will make their live debut supporting Maggie Rogers on her forthcoming European headline tour, which includes two sold out shows at Omeara in London.  

The live news swiftly follows the release of Mosa Wild’s debut track, ‘Smoke’ at the close of 2016. The track has since peaked at number 1 on HypeMachine and also climbed into the Viral Charts on Spotify.  

Listen to ‘Smoke’ on Soundcloud | YouTube | Spotify    

Mosa Wild’s Jim Rubaduka (Lead Vocal/Guitar/Keys) and Alex Stevens (Guitar) began making music together at school and on coming to the end of their studies they formed The Intermission Project, which was just that, a project of making music while deciding whether or not to go to university.  

After that year, Jim & Alex serendipitously picked up Charlie Campbell (Drums) and Edwin Ireland (Bass). The intermission would soon be over, making way for something different with a new focus.  

Showcasing Jim’s rich baritone vocals, reminiscent of The National, and backed by lush instrumentation that recalls the likes of Justin Vernon and The Maccabees, Mosa Wild’s music is loaded with emotion yet there’s a maturity here which holds back just enough to leave you wanting more.  

See Mosa Wild performing live for the first time, supporting Maggie Rogers across Europe as follows:  

Feb 23 - AB Club, Brussels (SOLD OUT)

Feb 24 - Point Ephemere, Paris

Feb 27 - Omeara, London (SOLD OUT)

Feb 28 - Omeara, London (SOLD OUT)

Mar 2 - Bitterzoet, Amsterdam (SOLD OUT)

Mar 5 - Yuca, Cologne

Mar 6 - Frannz, Berlin (SOLD OUT)

Mar 8 - Dr Concert House Studio 3, Copenhagen

Mar 9 - Debaser, Stockholm (SOLD OUT)  

(remaining tickets are on sale now via the official Mosa Wild website here)