Mosa Wild / Share Official Video For Current Single 'Night'

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Mosa Wild have unveiled an official video for their current single and instant anthem, ‘Night’. Directed by Theo Watkins (IDLES, Fenne Lily), the video stars all 4 of the band in a ‘Rear Window’ scenario. Speaking about the concept, Watkins shares: “We wanted to create a cinematic feel in a potentially mundane, everyday setting and the video reflects this mood"  

Watch / Share the video official ‘Night’ video via YouTube HERE.  

‘Night’ is taken from Mosa Wild’s forthcoming debut EP ‘Talking In Circles’ which will be released on Glassnote this summer. ‘Night’ is one of the EP tracks produced by Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club) whilst other tracks on ‘Talking In Circles’ were produced by James Kenosha (Pulled Apart By Horses, Dry The River). The pairing results in a cohesive experimentalism to this debut EP that is grounded in the band's huge guitar riffs and walloping drum lines but it's the gentle lilt of lead vocalist Jim Rubaduka's smooth vocals and the spacious backdrop of their songs that elevates Mosa Wild beyond typical British indie tropes.  

‘Night’ is the first new material from Mosa Wild since the release of their dark & stormy debut single ‘Smoke’ (which has now clocked up a mighty impressive 8 million streams on Spotify alone) back in 2016. Such was the success of that one single that it promptly landed the band a global deal with Glassnote Records as well as a slot on the bill at Reading & Leeds and a European tour supporting Maggie Rogers.  

Amidst a whirl of growing buzz, the foursome retreated to their guitarist Alex Stevens’ aunt's house. Sequestered in a little village, miles from civilisation, they spent an intense eight-month period working on a collection of songs which has come to form ‘Talking In Circles’. With this EP’s release now on the horizon, Mosa Wild are itching to build on their initial live momentum.

The band played their first ever London headline show in front of a sold-out crowd at The Waiting Room (London) earlier in April, and will return to the capital to play a BBC Introducing showcase at The Lexington on 2nd May, before heading down to Brighton for a handful of showcases at this year’s Great Escape  festival. Full upcoming listings as follows.  

Thu 2 May - The Lexington, London (BBC Introducing Showcase)
Thu 9 May - Komedia Studio Bar, Brighton (The Great Escape
Fri 10 May - The Walrus, Brighton (The Great Escape)
Sat 15 Jun - Shepherd’s Bush, London (Bushstock Festival)