The Moods bring powerful show to South Yorkshire

By Michael Upton | 06/03/2018

The Moods bring powerful show to South Yorkshire

AGIT-POP act The Moods are bringing their mix of hip-hop, reggae and politics to South Yorkshire this weekend.

Touring their album Missing Peace, the ten-piece perform a combination of politically-driven rap and hip-hop with a backdrop of brass, strings and driving beats and reggae-soaked ballads, touching on topics as diverse as social inequality, war, life and death.

The Moods play Doncaster’s Vintage Rockbar at 7.30pm on Saturday, with support from Kiziah and the Kings and Saintts. 

Visit the event page for more information.

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