The Moonlandingz re-work ‘The Man in Me Lyfe’ to celebrate International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day, The Moonlandingz have teamed up with their friend and collaborator, actor, Maxine Peake to do a re-work of their fan favourite track ‘The Man in Me Lyfe’, which they have re-named ‘The Woman in me Lyfe (The Gender balance De-Mix)’.

The group who actively invited female fronted artists to support them on their forthcoming UK tour in protest of what they call “Sausage fest live bills and arcane views towards female musicians and artists” did the rework a few weeks back.

The Moonlandingz songwriter and founder, Adrian Flanagan said: “My musical partner Dean Honer and I popped over to Maxine’s house over in Salford a few weeks back and got her to holler a few phrases in to a tape machine whilst she did the hula hoop around her living room.

“We then did some audio taxidermy on the original track and Voila, we now have gender balance…We did it for no other reasons than as a little fun and to warm your hearts!!”

The Moonlandingz head out on tour in support of their debut album ‘Interplanetary Class Classics’ out March 24 and recently shared new single, featuring Rebecca Taylor (Slow Club) entitled ‘The Strangle of Anna’:

LIVE
22 Mar – Cluny in Newcastle
23 Mar – Stereo in Glasgow
24 Mar – Whelans in Dublin
25 Mar – Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool
28 Mar – Hare & Hounds in Birmingham
29 Mar – Rescue Rooms in Nottingham
30 Mar – Gorilla in Manchester
1 Apr – Leadmill in Sheffield
2 Apr – Thekla in Bristol
3 Apr – Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth
4 Apr – Village Underground in London
19 Apr – The Bullingdon in Oxford
20 Apr – Le 106 Club in Rouen
21 Apr – Le Printemps de Bourges Festival in Bourges
22 Apr – Artheater in Cologne
24 Apr – Katine am Berghain in Berlin
25 Apr – Molotow in Hamburg
26 Apr – Paradiso in Amsterdam
27 Apr – Point FMR in Paris

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