MOULETTES – Live in store at Pie&Vinyl – Free Entry

Hi! We have MOULETTES back in store for another mesmerising performance for your eyes with pies.

These guys are sooooo great, and if you haven’t seen them live before – make sure you don’t miss this. The guys will be playing to support the release of their new album ‘Preternatural’ released on the 27th May.

You can see the FREE ENTRY show at 6:30pm on Tuesday 31st May (we’ll be opening our doors at 6:15pm, with a first in the queue, first to be let in policy….)

BUT…We offer you the chance to secure a comfortable priority spot at the in store by pre ordering the new recording HERE

You’ll then be invited to arrive earlier than advertised to collect your record, and grab a spot near the front. We will e mail you details near to the time of the event.

The guys will be signing the LP’s on the night. We’ll also sell a few CD’s of the new album also.

There will also be a limited edition Moulettes pie available with the ingredients chosen by the band themselves. Witty name to be decided and announced nearer the time:)

Make sure you get your supper at the show, and then tap your foot and synchronise your fork to mouth movements whilst your ears and belly harmonise together, and let MOULETTES enchant with their cannon of beautiful songs played with beautiful instruments.

FB event here:

More info on the guys below.


On May 27th Brighton based collective Moulettes, continue their journey into the alt.pop/rock/folk universe with the release of
their most accomplished album to date – ‘Preternatural.’
It was in early 2015 when reading an article in the New Scientist that lead singer Hannah Miller first starting thinking about a concept for
the new album. “I’ve always been fascinated by the natural world”says Hannah.“But this article compelled me to look deeper and start exploring all the surreal and beautiful diversity that exists. There’s so many phenomenal creatures out there we thought they deserved their own album.”Fast forward to 2016 and the result is‘Preternatural’- an eclectic but cohesive 11 track collection, which marries the thought provoking concept with elements of prog, pop, alt-folk and rock. It’s a beautifully orchestrated piece of work, experimental in parts but still accessible, fusing rich vocal harmonies, persuasive melodies, and elaborate compositions to make a genre defying album that explores the moving gaps of electronic and acoustic; DIY and big production.
Highlights include the epic opener ‘Behemooth’,a heavy, drum-driven progressive anthem inspired by a loud and unidentified sound recorded in the pacific, and electro-rock lead single ‘Underwater Painter’, which explores the way Octopus – chameleons of the sea can switch between camouflage and a psychedelic electric light show. “The solo was recorded in one take,” recalls MOULETTES.

Moulettes are a Brighton based British band of Björk, Frank Zappa and Gentle Giant loving multi-instrumentalists that weave in and out of several genres with 3 part harmony female vocals, amplified Cello, distorted Bassoon, Auto-Harp, Guitar, Drums, Bass and Synths into an incomparable alt.pop/rock/folk universe. Since the success of ‘Constellations’ (No.7 Indie Charts, Spiral Earth Best Album 2014), Bajian Irish Londoner Raevennan Husbandes has joined the band on Vocals and Electric Guitar. With this new line-up the band have made their fourth Album ‘Preternatural.’

From Medieval Latin preternaturalis (mid-13c.), from Latin phrase praeter naturam (praeterque fatum) “beyond nature (and beyond fate).” In contrast to the supernatural, the dominion of deities, preternatural phenomena are… “suspended between the mundane and the miraculous in a domain of Wonder & Marvel. Strange specimens evoke questions about the natural order…they provoke the spirit of investigation. ” ‘Preternatural’ is a word particularly subject to etymological metamorphosis, describing the phenomena that fall “between the known and the unknowable” …“recognising that the areas of magic, religion, and science are fluid and that their intersections should continue to be explored, contextualised, and challenged.”

Ticket Link below:

21st April SOUTHAMPTON, The Brook
22nd April OXFORD, The Cellar
23rd April LONDON, Islington Assembly
24th April BRISTOL, Exchange
26th April BURY ST EDMUNDS, Apex
27th April BIRMINGHAM, The Dark Horse
28th April LEICESTER, The Musician
29th April EDINBURGH, The Mash House
3rd MayYORK, The Duchess
4th May SHEFFIELD, Greystones
5th May MANCHESTER, Band on the Wall
6th May STROUD, The Convent
Audience tickets:
Netgig online tickets:
7th May FALMOUTH, Tolmen Centre


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