Moseley Shoals is a 1996 album by the British rock group Ocean Colour Scene which was released during the Britpop era. The album reached #2 in the UK charts, selling over 600,000 copies.
The first single taken from the album was "The Riverboat Song", which was popularised by Chris Evans on TFI Friday. "The Day We Caught the Train" reached number four in the charts, with "You've Got It Bad" and "The Circle" also reaching the top 10. "One for the Road" was also due to be released, but the band decided to concentrate on the 1997 album release Marchin' Already. By the end of 1996, "Moseley Shoals" had sold 1.3 million copies.
The word Moseley is taken from a suburb of the same name in south Birmingham, UK, where three of the band members were born. The album title as a whole is a punning nod to the city of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the location of several famous 1960s soul recording studios.
In 1998, Q magazine's readers voted Moseley Shoals the 33rd greatest album of all time.