The Men Who Stole The Moon
Available 23rd April 2021!
Playmaker's new single, THE MEN WHO STOLE THE MOON, will be available to stream or download on Friday 23rd April 2021!
This is the third single to be released from Playmaker's recording sessions at Ten21 recording studio during breaks in the 2020 lockdowns.
In the meantime you can watch the video for our last single (IT'S NOT A) LOVE SONG below and stream or download the single on Spotify, Apple Music and all streaming platforms!
The video for Arizona, featuring the band playing in a battered caravan, was directed by Jon Harris, editor of Snatch and Layer Cake.
Their last album, The Girl Who Thought She Could Fly, was released last year and the title track topped the Loud Up Track Of The Week Chart.
Last year, BBC Introducing featured Playmaker track The Girl Who Thought She Could Fly, with DJ Gary Crowley stating it was ‘infectious and very catchy..’
Following on from a headline show at the iconic, now closed, 12 Bar Club in London’s SOHO, Playmaker were nominated and won the Galaxy Music Debbie Appleby Award for best live act.
Playmaker's new single, (It’s Not A) Love Song is available now to download & to stream, through Spotify, Apple Music and all other music platforms.
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Playmaker are a four piece band with a classic line up of bass, drums, two guitars and two vocals. They mix tunes with power chords and deliver with exactly the right amount of attitude to create an eclectic sound, which is both unique and instantly addictive.
Originally from all four points of the English compass, Playmaker are now based in London, where they have built up a strong reputation for their live performances.
The band previously released their Arizona single through small Indie label Pale Fox – it topped the Storm Radio listeners chart for 5 weeks running. It was also played by Steve Lamacq and Clare Sturgess on XFM.
On hearing the single, Crowded House manager Grant Thomas immediately licensed the single via Pale Fox for release in Australia on his Indie label Little Big Music.