The new single from Joe Innes and the Cavalcade comes from their upcoming album ‘Foreign Domestic Policy’, and has been described as “post-Brexit indie.” It is a document of Joe’s life as it currently is, on both a macro and micro scale. It’s about the artist’s relationships, his mental health and his experience, all framed by the political events of the past year – “it’s how I feel about where I am as a person, as a husband, and as a citizen of the UK in 2017”. In this vein, new single ‘Moscow’ weaves a familiar narrative of lost love, but one framed by the West’s uneasy relationship with the Russian Federation. Have a listen and then forward on to Donald Trump if you think it’d be helpful.
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