Allie Moss debut album 'Late Bloomer' + "Melancholy Astronautic Man" video

Allie Moss releases her new single "Melancholy Astronautic Man" on May 2nd

Allie Moss - Late Bloomer

Debut album 'Late Bloomer' released May 9th

May UK tour dates

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You may have already heard the sublime voice of New Jersey's Allie Moss from her breakout single "Corner". A soundtrack to the BT Infinity advert, radio play from several DJs on BBC Radio 2, 30,000 downloads and over 850,000 YouTube hits later, Allie is back with a brand new single, debut album and full UK tour.

Allie's rise has been truly organic within a digital context, thanks to her inspiring songs finding a huge audience via the internet. After recording "Corner" and putting the song online, Allie was contacted via Facebook by someone wishing to use the track for a national television advert. Just three days later, the song was shown on screens across the country on a BT Infinity commercial.

Allie Moss "Corner" live at The BT Tower - video:

With listeners discovering her music by using Shazam on their smartphones and seeing the YouTube stream of the song spread via social networks, "Corner" captured the hearts of thousands, who rushed to iTunes to download the track.

One such listener was the Manchester-based illustrator David Ryan Robinson, who contacted Allie with the idea of creating some artwork for her forthcoming album 'Late Bloomer.' Allie was so impressed with this burgeoning artist's work, that she commissioned him to create pieces for the album, her website and merchandise. Further proving that there is a special quality to Allie's music, devotees of her songs have been inspired to remix and cover her work, uploading their creations to YouTube.

Allie's debut album 'Late Bloomer' sparkles with her refined vocals and stories of love and loss.

Her next single "Melancholy Astronautic Man" looks set to recapture her original fans as well as attracting avid new ones.

Sam Kassirer, producer of two Josh Ritter albums as well as Allie's 'Late Bloomer', along with drummer Liam Hurley, created a charming stop/start animation video made entirely of Lego for Allie as a gift.

Allie Moss - Melancholy Astronautic Man video:

With Allie's album 'Late Bloomer', released May 9th and the new single "Melancholy Astronautic Man", released May 2nd, both through Soundy Music, Allie is looking forward to connecting with people both digitally and face to face, when she takes to stages across the UK, including some select in-store performances at Caffe Nero throughout May.

Allie Moss 2011 UK tour dates:

(Dates and information subject to change.)

May 2011

11th May - Proud Galleries, Camden, London
12th May - In-store performance at Covent Garden's Apple Store, London
16th May - Monto Water Rats, London
18th May - The Joiners, Southampton
19th May - Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
20th May - Liverpool Sound City @ Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
22nd May - Green Hotel, Kinross, Scotland
24th May - Captains Rest, Glasgow
25th May - In-store performance at Glasgow’s Apple Store
26th May - The Sugarmill, Stoke
28th May - Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol
29th May - Dot to Dot Festival, Nottingham
30th May - Dot to Dot Festival, Manchester

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