Dappled fairy lights and a myriad of gig posters set the scene for Me And The Moon’s contribution to Independent Venue Week 2019 at The Boileroom. Local, homegrown talent. Bands like Me And The Moon encapsulate the spirit and heart that keeps the underground music scene breathing.
The band rattled through a number of hits from their discography – those of which were well received by the audience. Dainty riffs dance atop of a pulsating rhythm section to complete that familiar indie-pop blueprint around which Me And The Moon seem to base a lot of their tunes.
The highlight of the performance came in the form of the vocal harmonies from Tamara-Jane Grzegorzek and Jonny Elstone. The two possess a chemistry that did not go unnoticed and delivered their songs with the proficiency and gusto of seasoned professionals. Considering that they’re still relatively new on the scene (only forming back in 2015), their future looks incredibly bright.
Me And The Moon have recently dropped new single It’s Alright and also showcased more new material across this tour – all of which was met with generous applause from the audience. The vibe in the room was relaxed and resembled that of a gathering of mutual friends.
Whilst The Boileroom is famed for its intimacy, the crowd did feel a little sparse and the band’s engagement with the fans at points left a little to be desired. Me And The Moon’s pleasant dynamic was a warming and welcome respite from the miserable weather that lingered outside.