Half Moon presents:

New Moon - A Night of New Music

The Raven Chords + Debdepan + Satin Beige + Will Pope

Half Moon - Putney, London

£2.50 Adv / Door
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm

A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...

Founded in January 2017, New Moon offers music fans the chance to see the best up-and-coming acts from the UK, Europe, and often from around the globe.

Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm. Free Two Tribes Beer for the first 24 customers.

If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via music@halfmoon.co.uk

Line Up

The Raven Chords are a four-piece band from south-west London, playing their own material characterised as alt rock with dark melodic undertones. The band’s line-up is:

Dan Heavey – lead guitar and vocals Jo Lambert – rhythm guitar and vocals Paul Connellan – bass and keyboards Simon Williams – drums

The band has played shows in London at The Islington 02, The Dublin Castle, The Underbelly, 93 Feet East, The Finborough Arms, Charlie Wright’s, Roadtrip & Workshop, Surya, and The Fighting Cocks amongst others.

They have been described as being ‘mournful Americana rocking boy/girl vocals with a Mark Lanegan via a grunged-up Giant Sand vibe’.

Debdepan are a new 2 piece alternative band from Kent. Heavily influenced by the likes of Warpaint, Marika Hackman and PJ Harvey. After their debut gig in 2022 They hope to continue to develop their alternative sound and now reach wider audiences after some success at local venues.

Satin Beige is a Jazz and R&B cellist and singer songwriter. Her music has been described by Getintothis as “cello infused, lyrically soulful

R ‘n’ B” with “something of an Ed Sheeran and Alicia Keys lovechild vibe”.

She has received a special mention award at the UK Music awards (2017), played at festivals around the country including Sound City, Carlisle Blues and Rock Festival and opened the main stage at Africa Oye (2019) – The UK’s largest African

music festival, supported Roachford on his UK tour, opened four sold out nights at The Music Room (Philharmonic Hall) supporting Connie Lush, supported Chelcee Grimes (RCA) at her sold out hometown show in Liverpool, and performed with Tommy Scott from Space.

She has enjoyed airplay on BBC Introducing Merseyside and her single “Being Me”- a song addressing attitudes towards race- has been played by BBC introducing Merseyside , BBC 6 Music (Tom Robinson show) and added to the playlist in all Caffe Nero stores in the UK.

"jazzy, bluesy, soulful and totally engaging, an astonishing talent" - Carlisle Blues Festival, 2021

Social Links Facebook: www.facebook.com/MissSatinBeige Twitter: www.twitter.com/misssatinbeige

Will Pope’s music expands the boundaries of a folk and pop crossover by mixing a subtle jazz sensibility with the passionate, visceral sensibility of classic roots music. His technicality is matched with soaring vocals and intricate harmonies stemming from a love of soul. His debut album offers an enchanting glimpse into the wide ethereal spaces and sweeping compositions that create his signature sound.

His debut release “Burying Giants” is the culmination of years of hard work, shaped by the Beijing music scene (Axis Neptune / Su Zixu + The Paramecia / Clustercuss) and artists and musicians Pope has collaborated with along the way.

The songs tell stories of grief, loss and hope in a changing landscape—shaped partly by his experience of living in China's capital, but also through the isolation that comes with a solo artist working on a debut release.

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