Gordon James and the Power release new track ‘Nights on The Moon’.

Out now, the latest single from Gordon James and The Power ‘Nights on the Moon’ should hold no surprises for fans of the band. Gaining a solid reputation as purveyors of big hearted and ‘absurdly uplifting’ music, they finish a busy year with this latest release. The addition of Kenna Ross has solidified their lineup and this latest single is a real showcase of what the band are capable of. Ticking all the boxes in regards to properly heartfelt ‘lighters aloft’ music, ‘Nights on the Moon’ will delight fans of the band and undoubtedly attract new followers along the way.

It’s been a busy couple of years for the Speyside band. In November 2017 the band released their self titled EP, produced by Mark Morrow and Justin Paul Hill. Gathering radio plays and reviews from the voice of Scottish unsigned bands, Jim Gellaty, they reached the number 1 spot with ‘Pick Your Self Up’ and secured number 2 with ‘When I First Saw You There’ in the Scottish New Music Global chart leading them to tour Scotland and Norway.

In early 2018, they recorded a further four singles with Justin Paul hill. ‘Blood’ and ‘In Beauty And Form’ featured talented musician and good friend Bob Neish. With an even bigger sound on drums and electric guitar, they attracted the attention of Party At The Palace promoters performing alongside James, Gabrellie, Texas, Mel C, Imelda May and Embrace. 2018 has seen the band showcase at Xpo North, perform at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival and headline Ironworks, Inverness.

They again reached number 1 with single ‘Blood’ and number 2 with ‘In Beauty And Form’. Featured as The Scottish Suns ‘track of the day’ they sold out a 350 capacity show at Elgin Town Hall. Releasing a further single Follow Me. 2019 kicked off performing at the Camden Rocks ‘All Dayer’ at The Monarch and a headliner at the Ironworks along with appearances at XPO North, Jocktoberfest, Speyfest and a support slot with Toploader.

‘Nights on the Moon’ is out now and available via Spotify, Soundcloud , Amazon Music, Google Play and Apple Music

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