Relentlessly Infectious Collision Of Grunge Guitars And Sparkling Choruses From All-Girl Quartet.
In the hours before their biggest headline show to date at London’s Scala last November, The Big Moon’s frontwoman Juliette “Jules” Jackson went into panic mode. “I spent two hours wandering around St Pancras station looking for a tiara,” she recalls. With their anthemic, ’90s grunge-pop-inspired sound, an onstage look reminiscent of the pageant winner on Hole’s Live Through This sleeve would have been an apt choice, but alas she couldn’t find one. “I realised afterwards it was just a coping mechanism anyway,” Jackson laughs. Relaxing after a rehearsal in South-west London, they don’t seem like a gang usually prone to such nerves.
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