New Moon - A Night of New Music
Christian Larsmon + Bring The Angels + Miles Horn + Tootawl
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian Larsmon is an up and coming independent artist and singer songwriter hailing from Surrey. Having spent the best part of his 20's performing acoustic covers for private events as solo singing guitarist, Christian has moved to London to focus on releasing and performing original material with a goal of getting a manager and getting on the major festival circuit by 2027. During his music career, Christian has opened concerts for major acts including Eric Clapton, Katie Melua, Arthur Brown and The Pretty Things. Christian was recently scouted to sing live on the ITV production 'Romeo and Duet' (episode 2), where he sang an acoustic duet of 'Shut Up and Dance' by Walk The Moon. In December 2021, Christian released his first live covers and originals EP called 'Live at Cisbury Road' which can be found on all major streaming platforms and is excited to be performing tracks from his upcoming EP 'Dark Before The Dawn' at New Moon. You can follow and support Christian on Instagram, Facebook and Tik Tok to keep informed about new music and gig dates.
A rock band based in London playing classic, hard and original rock and heavy blues.
Miles Horn is a soul-bearing singer-songwriter from London. There’s no place he would rather be than on stage with a Fender strat around his neck, captivating an audience with his distinctive warm and powerful baritone vocals. Miles is influenced by artists like Sam Fender, Lewis Capaldi and James Bay. Because of his parents’ record collection, Miles is, he admits, ‘still fairly addicted’ to all the classic 60s and 70s singer-songwriters, from David Bowie and Rod Stewart to Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. Lyrically Miles finds thought-provoking ways to analyse love, loss and the human condition. Miles studied Psychology in Cambridge but following a short stint working at a record label in London he took the brave leap to becoming a musician full-time. After cutting his teeth playing in pubs, bars and student unions, Miles sold out London’s Servant Jazz Quarters completely independently, and racked up critical acclaim from BBC Introducing Oxford and Hype Machine blogs. 2019 saw Miles take a writing trip to Nashville, working with signed writers and honing his songwriting skills. His recent single ‘Floating In Space’ caught the eye of Sofar Sounds and was added to their global Spotify playlist. Now with backing from Help Musicians UK, and with an exciting arsenal of new material up his sleeve, the future looks very bright for this talented troubadour.
A looming presence in every sense, Tootawl’s music is frank, forward, and rich with emotion. Christened ‘too tawl’ whilst in Nashville due to his height, the name stuck, and upon his arrival home he began working as Tootawl.
Since Tennessee, Tootawl has received national radio airplay, toured extensively, and also had his song ‘House On The Moon’ played in an episode of the Netflix original series 'You Me Her'.
Now based in London, he has signed with Max Music Publishing and released his debut self-titled LP in June of 2020, which was called "an excellent debut" by Hot Press.
Recently, Tootawl recorded his second album, Roger Fenton’s Wagon, during the various lockdowns, and it is due for release in May.