Just Watch: Half Moon Run – Call Me In The Afternoon

Half Moon Run

Watch the video for Call Me In The Afternoon here:

Photo credit: Valeria Cherchi

Photo credit: Valeria Cherchi

Half Moon Run release their debut album Dark Eyest hrough Glassnote / Communion / Island Records on the 1st July 2013. It will be preceded by the single Call Me In The Afternoon on the 24th June.


25th June – Village Underground, London
26th June – The Haunt, Brighton
28th June – Glastonbury Festival
29th June – Glastonbury Festival
2nd July – The Deaf Institute, Manchester
18th July – Latitude Festival, Suffolk
21st July – Longitude Festival, Dublin
18th August – Green Man Festival, Brecon Beacons
23rd August – Reading Festival, Reading
24th August – Leeds Festival, Leeds

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