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THE B-SIDE
Andreas Moss (Curb)
3/13/17

WHAT IT IS: Born and raised in Sweden, Andreas Moss barely had a chance to choose music; rather, he inherited the family business. His parents, like theirs before them, were travelling musicians. Barely into his teens, Moss became a multi-faceted collaborator—a Swiss Army man of many talents, ghostwriting and directing music videos and short films for a growing community of artists. It’s Moss’ solo outings, however, that really channel the extremes of his homeland. The 28-year-old’s hook-heavy pop reveals a muse borne from a certain darkness. These aren’t breakup songs about the one that got away; they’re defiant farewells to the devil on your shoulder.
ALBUM: Linnea
RELEASE DATE: TBD
SINGLE: “Thinking About You,” “Stop Me”
LIVE: Multiple SXSW appearances—SXSW Radio Day with KCSN Thursday 3/16 (12 noon); upcoming dates to follow
INTERNET: 1.8m global streams, 270k+ monthly listeners on Spotify; official video views approaching 1m
PUBLISHING: Curb Publishing
MANAGEMENT: Jono Scarlet/Mint