The Moods Music Features in Major UK Film
“Strangeways Here We Come Released Nationwide October 5th
Keep Your Powder Dry & Kids Carry Guns are two new singles released on October 5th, from 10-piece Urban Music Collective, The Moods. The tracks were handpicked for the movie by Terry Christian, and set the tone perfectly as they boom out in the opening and closing scenes of this Dark British, comedy/drama. This major UK film feature film, "Strangeways Here we come", is directed by Chris Green, and has an all star cast that including; Michelle Keegan, Elaine Cassidy, Stephen Lord, Lauren Socha and Nina Wadia. The Film has its worldwide premier at the Vue Cinema Manchester print-works on 4th October and hits general nationwide release on 5th October.
Makers of the Salford-set, darkly-comic feature film chose not one but two of The Moods’ tracks for the soundtrack, testament to the fact that their sound captures the atmosphere of northern Urban life.
STREAM MUSIC – KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY & KIDS CARRY GUNS
Keep Your Powder Dry, 3.59 – (Radio Edit) is taken from the Acclaimed "Missing Peace Album". With Kids Carry Guns - 4.20 - Originally released on the debut moods album "Oppositional Defiant Disorder" . Both will be available on all digital download and streaming platforms. Both tracks written and produced by the Moods, released by A1M records Ltd, distributed worldwide by Republic of Music. Kids Carry Guns will also be released as a Ltd edition 7-inch Vinyl, on 100 pressed, collector’s edition gate-fold sleeve, includes bonus CD of both tracks, inside. On Sales and Released October 5th. About the Movie - "Sucked into debt and finding themselves trapped by evil loan shark Danny Nolan, the desperate residents of the Owen Street estate in Salford come to the conclusion that the only way to free themselves is by bumping him off. One fateful morning, after a rollicking, sexy house party, that’s exactly what happens.
However, these are not professional killers and things unravel when a tough, uncompromising woman starts asking awkward questions. They think she’s a copper, but Steph is Nolan’s wife and she’s twice as evil as he ever was. Nervous hilarity, guilt and stumbling paranoia quickly set in. This is a ‘We-dunnit” that cackles with wicked laughs, wild parties, community spirit and grisly twists and turns right up to the last second.