London singer songwriter Moya now unleashes kaleidoscopic video for her wonderfully catchy piano-laden single 'Come And Get It' through Four To One Records ahead of the release of her upcoming new EP.
The 22-year-old croons to her reflection in the video as a downcast looking gentleman appears to regret his decision to have not 'gone and got it'. We also get a glimpse of her studio band in technicolor, playing a tune with awesome retro soul and a toe-tapping beat. Moya's full vocal talent is definitely on show here as she warbles the infectious chorus, showing excellent chart potential. On the song's meaning, Moya says, 'It's about manning up. About realising you have something good and manning up to realise the error of your ways, before it's too late.'
Moya made a breakthrough with her Radio 2 A list single 'Making Me Fall' and has since embarked on a UK and Europe tour with the one and only Rod Stewart, who's even asked for her to support him on another run of shows. Having also supported the likes of Blondie, Mick Hucknall, Karima Francis and Andy Burrows, Moya is currently on her first headline tour which she will round off in December 2013.
London based singer songwriter Moya has now released her new single 'Come And Get It', as she prepares to unveil a brand new mini album later this year. She's already had a busy year supporting the likes of Rod Stewart (twice!), Mick Hucknall and Blondie and she has now announced her first UK headline tour which kicks off in November 2013.
We caught up with her before the release of her single to discuss how well it's done in live shows so far, what to expect from her upcoming mini album and what it's like supporting such big stars.
CM: Hi Moya, how are you?
Moya: Really well, thank you. I have a few days off at the moment so I'm relaxing back in London.
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