World Premiere

Video Premiere: “Patterns (Live)” by Moulettes

Moulettes is a band from Brighton, England and they just released their newest album Preternatural on Friday June 24th. They have been described as “A cross between Pentangle, Kate Bush & early Pink Floyd”. Check out this awesome live video for their song Patterns that is based on the fibonacci sequence!

“We have just landed and expectations are high for our first Canadian festival season- we did a support tour in Quebec last Autumn and loved it- the crowds were amazing and the whole thing felt like an new exciting adventure.  We are touring our new album ‘Preternatural’ so all fresh songs- there are danceable ones in there, broody ones and heavy ones- A Moulettes show is always a mixture of moods, and there is a narrative to it- a series of stories and ideas that you can tap in to if you want to. Fans have said before that they find it cinematic- that it takes them to another realm! I like this idea. We are all multi-instrumentalists, and we all sing. It will be lots of fun I hope, for us and the audience.” Hannah Miller – Cello, Vocals, Guitar, Synth

The band is embarking on a cross-Canada tour in support of the album, so make sure you check them out in a city near you! Check back next week when we will have another surprise related to Moulettes!

July 1-3 – Canso, NS – Troy Greencorn/Stan Rogers Folk Fest
July 5 – Montreal, QC – Montreal Jazz Fest – Rio Tinto /Alcan Stage
July 7 – Toronto, ON – Hugh’s Room
July 8 – Orillia, ON – Mariposa Folk Fest – Main Stage
July 9-10 – Winnipeg, MB – Winnipeg Folk Fest
July 15 – Vancouver, BC – Vancouver Folk Fest       
July 16 – White Rock, BC – Five Corners Street Fest
July 17 – Vancouver, BC – Vancouver Folk Fest
July 18 – Victoria, BC – Butchart Gardens
July 19 – Duncan, BC – City Square Stage
July 20 – Edmonton, AB – Festival Place Outdoor patio series
July 21-24 – Calgary, AB – Calgary Folk Fest – Prince Island Park



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Music Editor at Live in Limbo and Host of Contra Zoom podcast. Dakota is a graduate of Humber College's Acting for Film and Television. He now specializes in knowing all random trivia. He writes about music, sports and film. Dakota's life goal is visit all baseball stadiums, he's at 7.