Al Moses release 'head-on, hands-up' anthem "I Want More"

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Incendiary indie rockers Al Moses today release their utterly brilliant debut single "I Want More".

The band comprise four nineteen-year-old friends from the South Wales valleys, who take
on rock and roll history and stamp it with their personalities, the youthful
ambition and attitude destined to be heard beyond their hometown.

With its sneering vocals, sizzling melodic riffs and stomping beat, the energetic I Want More encapsulates their burning ambition, the disillusionment of their generation and wraps it in
a huge swaggering chorus. 

Produced by the extraordinary Steffan Pringle (Estrons, Himalayas), at Giant Wafer Studios and mastered by Charlie Francis (Pixies, REM), I Want More encapsulates an explosive encounter reminiscent of iconic bands such as The Manic Street Preachers, Oasis and The Cribs

Jack Shepherd and Daf Thomas, who co-front and share lead vocals in Al Moses (Raychi Bryant plays the bass and George Percival is the band’s drummer), met at house party 2015. A few days later, after watching The Jesus and Mary Chain at the Cardiff Students Union they adopted the name Al Moses inspired by a religious connotation. 

Speaking about the track, Jack told It's All Indie;

"It’s a head-on, hands-up anthem for people like us, the disillusioned youth. We just want more than what's laid out for us. And this song aims to capture that spirit and determination of how we feel right now.”  

To mark the special occasion, Al Moses played a sold-out headline show at Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Bach last night.  

The release of their debut single today just signifies the beginning of what looks set to become a bright and eventful journey full of excitement with a lot more to come!