Moon Duo bring their unique brand of 12-cylinder space rock to Queen Elizabeth Hall after a world tour.

Formed in San Francisco in 2009 by Wooden Shjips guitarist Ripley Johnson
and Sanae Yamada, the group's debut album was the critically acclaimed Mazes.

Their follow up is Circles, described by the BBC as 'Bright and confident... A gleaming pop sensibility.'

Inspiration for many of the songs themes, as well as the title Circles, came
from Ralph Waldo Emerson's 1841 essay by the same name, on the symbol
and nature of 'the flying Perfect'.

'A real beauty with its guitar trills and organ base.' (NME on Circles)

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