When we look back at some of the most memorable and moving music, it is often something very raw and personal, or it carries a deeper message about the world we live in. It’s rare however to find an artist that can bring both aspects together. Singer/songwriter Joe Innes, and his lovingly curated band The Cavalcade, fits perfectly in the centre of that Venn diagram with his own unique brand of ‘Post-Brexit Indie’. His music interweaves his own life experiences with observations of the current state of the world. ‘Moscow’, taken from the upcoming album Foreign Domestic Policy out 26th May, juxtaposes a tale of lost love with the West’s uneasy relationship with Russia, with a sound that is equal parts indie rocker and folk troubadour.