Following the band's last captivating video for 'Cupid', London four-piece The Big Moon have brought out another video shortly before it begins their UK tour with 'Silent Movie Susie'.

Like the aforementioned 'Cupid', the 'Silent Movie Susie' video comes from the mind of director Louis Bhose, this time exclusively featuring dolls. On the video, the band writes, "We sent the song to our pal Louis who's made some wonderful vids with us before. He found this doll in a market and sent us some videos of him playing out little scenes with her, and it was hilarious. So we decided to turn it into a whole story! We just sat in a cafe thinking of things that would be funny if they were done by a doll, which turns out is pretty much everything. Whittling down the ideas was difficult so someday we hope to make the feature film. We are forever indebted to Louis and the meticulous art department."

Watch 'Silent Movie Susie' below and pre-order the 7" single today over at Fiction Records.

The Big Moon tour dates:

  • 3rd September – End Of The Road Festival, Dorset
  • 9th September – Strange Waves, Manchester
  • 10th September – Always The Sun Festival, Guildford
  • 29th September – Sub89, Reading (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 30th September – By The Sea Festival, Margate
  • 1st October – Southsea Festival
  • 3rd October – O2 Academy 2, Leicester (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 4th October – The Welly Club, Hull (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 5th October – Stylus, Leeds (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 6th October – Wylam Brewery, Newcastle (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 8th October – The Liquid Room, Edinburgh (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 9th October – 53 Degrees, Preston (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 11th October – The Assembly, Leamington Spa (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 12th October – The Junction, Cambridge (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 14th October – Komedia, Bath (w/ Mystery Jets)
  • 22nd October – Simple Things Festival, Bristol
  • 29th October – King Tuts, Glasgow
  • 30th October – Picture House Social, Sheffield
  • 1st November – Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
  • 2nd November – The Waterfront Studio, Norwich
  • 3rd November – Scala, London