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Mysterious yet at the same time intriguing.

Photo courtesy of DediKATed PR

Glasgow based New Zealander MOY might only share a few details of their background; giving off a mysterious but enigmatic quality. But in the space of just three singles and known for their eloquent wordplay, charismatic performances and distinctive visuals suggest there is much more to be discovered.

'No Talk's The Best Chat' elevated their growing profile, but their latest single 'At My Door' demonstrates the band versatility through lurching riffs and full of loud-quiet dynamics that modernised the 90s lo-fi indie scene.

With such curious characteristics yet alluring music, MOY are becoming the band to keep your eyes on.

Firstly, how are you and what has been the stand-out moment during the pandemic?

Here and there. Writing No Talk’s The Best Chat.

Recently, you released your latest single 'At My Door' - third single of 2020 - could you tell us a little bit more behind the track?

It’s lyrically all out there on the table.

Born in New Zealand, and then relocated to London, to now based in Glasgow - what got you started in music and who are your influences?

Guitar lessons.

John Frusciante, Josh Klinghoffer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arctic Monkeys, The Voidz, Ratatat, Kings Of Leon.

Now settled in Glasgow, who would be your top three rising stars you think we should be listening to?

Swim School, Kitti, Fauves.

We've noticed your latest post on Instagram, that you've announced something is coming out soon - could you give us any secrets into it?

Cats out the bag now!

Throughout 2020, you've released three singles, what has been your favourite so far and what can we expect before the end of 2020?

No Talk’s The Best Chat. More music.

For someone who hasn't heard of you, how would you describe your sound to them?

Eclectic melancholic rock-pop.

Within your music journey, what has been the most important thing you've learnt?


As a rising star, who has continued to gain attention - who would you love to support on tour?

Arctic Monkeys.

Finally, what is your top spot of your bucket list, if you've got one?

To be happy, meeting any of my musical heroes to thank them.