From the roots of merthyr to Cardiff and following a chain of support slots, I take pride in writing that Al Moses amazingly accomplished their biggest headline show to date.

It took place at the Buffalo in Cardiff last Friday.

Their supports were local upcoming bands Parish and The Pitchforks, both names which have been floating around the Cardiff bubble over the past year. So check them out!
To a sold out crowd also meant the excitement was exceeding expectations of Al Moses as they approached the stage.
Opening the set with Cancer and I Want More, speaking for many I assume.
The half way of the set is hit with their growing classic Am I So Vulgar, reflecting elements of The Beatles and Beach Boys melodies in such a chirpy, catchy way.
Another happy highlight was the song  Rain towards the end of the set which  i feel in a few more gigs time will be beautiful bellowed out to.
 Then with their only officially released number they close the set. Gutter Rock Moxie. This radiates even more energy into an already allured audience, leaving a buzz of intrigue into what the future will be for Al Moses.
The night in photos:
{words and photography by Dali Mia Poulsom}


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