MONEY are Jamie Lee, Charlie Cocksedge, Billy Byron and Scott Beaman. Having formed in Manchester amidst a prolific underground milieu, they soon came to embody the passion, creativity and optimism of a new generation of artists and musicians who found themselves presented with what singer/frontman Jamie describes as ‘an extraordinary, poetic city’. Their debut album The Shadow Of Heaven consists of ten songs that range from stripped-back piano ballads such as ‘Goodnight London’ and ‘Black’ to the more epic ‘Hold Me Forever’ and ‘Bluebell Fields’. Rooted in universal themes of the spirit, love and loss, the album also addresses man’s condition in the modern world, issues ‘such as isolation and mental health as logical reactions to it’, says Jamie. It’s an album full of yearning and soul-searching, a voyage of (non-) discovery that only ends up finding itself and the sheer, aching beauty of questions asked in full knowledge of their own answerlessness. It’s metaphysics for the modern age, which might not be quite as spiritually bankrupt and bereft of meaning as we once believed.

Money share their new video for "A Cocaine Christmas and an Alcoholic's New Year".

Money reveal festive video

MONEY have shaed the video for their alternative Christmas Carol  “A Cocaine Christmas and an Alcoholic’s New Year”. Songwriter, Jamie Lee’s inspiration lies within the feeling…

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MONEY recently premiered the video for 'The Shadow Of Heaven' the title track from their debut album

Money Begin U.S. Tour, Share LP

MONEY recently premiered the video for ‘The Shadow Of Heaven’ the title track from their debut album. Directed by their friend Liam Healy, the video captures the band’s distinctive aesthetic along with the madcap antics of singer and lyricist Jamie:

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MONEY Premiere 'The Shadow Of Heaven' Video today, Touring The US In September, Money's full-length LP "The Shadow Of Heaven" is Out Now On Bella Union

MONEY Premiere ‘The Shadow Of Heaven’ Video

Having released a short film for ‘Goodnight London’ last month, MONEY have just unveiled a somewhat more DIY video for ‘The Shadow Of Heaven’, the title track from their debut album. Directed by their friend Liam Healy, the video captures the band’s,

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