Mozes & the Firstborn – Sad Supermarket
Mozes & the Firstborn - Sad Supermarket Song
Song (Burger Records)

Release Date: Out Now

Mozes & the Firstborn might hail from Antwerp but their sound owes a lot to the 90s Seattle scene and that is a very good thing. ‘Sad Supermarket Song’ has more than a touch of Nirvana about it while the scratchy video shot in a supermarket and surrounding areas is pure 90s lo-fi fun a la Lemonheads, Weezer or even Bush. The boredom, frustration and pent up anger is there for all to see but played out in front of a backdrop of endless aisles of pointless yet unavoidable consumerism. The Dutch quartet are currently wooing American audiences before heading back for a trio of European dates in March and I’d be surprised not to see them crop up on a few festival line-ups for this summer too – the perfect post-Brexit melancholia to jam out to.

Live Dates:

19th February – The Hi-Tone Café, Memphis
20th February – Gasa Gasa, New Orleans
21st February – White Oak Music Hall, Houston
22nd February – The Independent Bar & Kitchen, Dallas
23rd February – Hotel Vegas, Austin
25th February – Valley Bar, Phoenix
7th March – Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
11th March – Supersonic, Paris
12th March – The Shacklewell Arms, London

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