Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon

The Big Moon return their new album, Here Is Everything and it's theme is motherhood, parenthood, birth, lockdown, friendships and love.

Like so many records landing in store and on streaming services right now, Here Is Everything was conceived during the weight and worry of lockdown in a pandemic. Worlds were turned upside down and inside out. Lives became seismically different, whilst every day a carbon copy of the last. So, whilst Covid pulled the duvet tightly up over our heads and sat on it whilst we muffle-screamed that we could not breathe, it was also the unlikely backdrop to welcoming new life. Vocalist Juliette Jackson might have started lockdown teaching fans how to play guitar on Zoom to help pay the rent (including, to her eternal bemusement, one Courtney Love), she ended it as mother to a super little human being.

Here is Everything documents the arrival of that fragile but mighty baby in real time, and the excitement and fear felt by this fragile but mighty mother. Meanwhile, the rest of the band doubled-down in the studio, taking Jules’ embryonic song frameworks and stepping forward as one, revelling in an innate, giddy togetherness and with a clutch of genuinely fantastic tunes.

The record was introduced by Wide Eyes, a pure, uplifting song of collective jubilance. It sounds like a band in the form of their lives, having the time of their lives, and against all the odds. It sounds instantly like The Big Moon whilst sounding unlike any of the music that’s gone before it.

Here Is Everything was mostly self-produced, with the expert guidance and expertise of Adam Cecil Bartlett (Self Esteem, Jehnny Beth, PJ Harvey) and the Grammy Award winning producer Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Deer Hunter, and the producer of Walking Like We Do).

CD+ - Extra Tracks

  1. Summer Still Comes
  2. Round Forever
  3. 2 Lines (Live at The HAC Bow)
  4. This Love (Live at The HAC Bow)
  5. Satellites (Live at The HAC Bow)
  6. Suckerpunch (Marika Hackman Remix)
  7. Trouble (Art School Girlfriend Remix)
The Big Moon

Here is Everything

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Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
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Released 15/12/2023Catalogue Number

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The Big Moon

Here is Everything

Fiction
Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
CD

£14.99

Eco-Friendly CD with Bend-it Green Packaging.

Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SHREDS23

Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
LP

£24.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve with Printed Inner.

Black
Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SHREDS19

Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
LP +

£23.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve with Printed Inner.

Transparent

Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SHREDS21

Album artwork for Here is Everything by The Big Moon
CD +

£14.99

Deluxe Version with 7 Extra Tracks. Eco Friendly CD. Bend-it Green Packaging.

Released 15/12/2023Catalogue Number

SHREDS25

The Big Moon return their new album, Here Is Everything and it's theme is motherhood, parenthood, birth, lockdown, friendships and love.

Like so many records landing in store and on streaming services right now, Here Is Everything was conceived during the weight and worry of lockdown in a pandemic. Worlds were turned upside down and inside out. Lives became seismically different, whilst every day a carbon copy of the last. So, whilst Covid pulled the duvet tightly up over our heads and sat on it whilst we muffle-screamed that we could not breathe, it was also the unlikely backdrop to welcoming new life. Vocalist Juliette Jackson might have started lockdown teaching fans how to play guitar on Zoom to help pay the rent (including, to her eternal bemusement, one Courtney Love), she ended it as mother to a super little human being.

Here is Everything documents the arrival of that fragile but mighty baby in real time, and the excitement and fear felt by this fragile but mighty mother. Meanwhile, the rest of the band doubled-down in the studio, taking Jules’ embryonic song frameworks and stepping forward as one, revelling in an innate, giddy togetherness and with a clutch of genuinely fantastic tunes.

The record was introduced by Wide Eyes, a pure, uplifting song of collective jubilance. It sounds like a band in the form of their lives, having the time of their lives, and against all the odds. It sounds instantly like The Big Moon whilst sounding unlike any of the music that’s gone before it.

Here Is Everything was mostly self-produced, with the expert guidance and expertise of Adam Cecil Bartlett (Self Esteem, Jehnny Beth, PJ Harvey) and the Grammy Award winning producer Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Deer Hunter, and the producer of Walking Like We Do).

CD+ - Extra Tracks

  1. Summer Still Comes
  2. Round Forever
  3. 2 Lines (Live at The HAC Bow)
  4. This Love (Live at The HAC Bow)
  5. Satellites (Live at The HAC Bow)
  6. Suckerpunch (Marika Hackman Remix)
  7. Trouble (Art School Girlfriend Remix)