Lily Moore is back with the second release from her forthcoming More Moore Mixtape. ‘In-Between’ is a stunning, soulful track, written and recorded in collaboration with Maverick Sabre. She’s also announced a one -off headline show happening on the 28th of November at London’s iconic XOYO.
The song has a moody, organic feel to it with Lily’s soaring voice contrasting beautifully with Maverick’s deeper, huskier tones.
“I wrote this song when I was moving out of home to London and it’s about choosing between someone you love and your career” Lily explains. “I worked with producer Charlie Perry and Maverick Sabre because we share the same love for old soul records and are massive Motown fans, so the idea was to create something of that era.”
Lily Moore returns with the ‘More Moore’ Mixtape an extension of her ‘More Moore’ club nights. It’s Lily and her mates getting together to perform, have a few pints and create something characterful together. The mixtape is much the same, consisting of 8 tracks including 3 features, a live recording of fan favourite ’10 Ways’, writing demos and more.”
‘In-Between’ is joined by 7 more tracks, including collaborations with the likes of Dan Caplen and Tobie Tripp. The mixtape covers a diverse range of music, from teaming up with Electronic duo HONNE for the organ driven balladry of ‘Nothing on You’, to the upbeat pop of ‘Undo’ with Dan Caplen.
In the past Lily used to host her residency in west London’s bohemian Mau Mau Bar and it has featured slots from the likes of Tom Grennan, Will Heard and Mathilda Homer.
In September her own curated live music night will be returning this time to the 100 Club on September 10th (SOLD OUT) with a brilliant line up: Millie Turner, Sam Johnson and a special guest!
Hot on the heels on the up-coming residency will be a special headline show where Lily will take to the stage of XOYO on the 28th November, with tickets on sale 30th August.
The 20-year-old singer/songwriter grew up listening to the soul masters like Etta James, Lauryn Hill and Sam Cooke and developed her own stripped-back style with a unique neo-soul sound. Since starting out her first sold out headline tour of the UK, that included her biggest show to date at London’s Omeara, and shared stages with the likes of George Ezra, James Bay, HONNE and Freya Ridings as a support act.