“…his songwriting has that international feel, crossing borders with its ceaseless energy and boundless melody.” Clash Magazine
Sweden-born Nashville bred, LA based enigmatic Andreas Moss returns once again to show that he’s ready to have the nu-R&B world in the palm of his hand – and he’s not far from it. Debut track electro R&B hit Thinking About You has amassed 3.2 million plays on Spotify, appearing on such playlists as ‘New Music Friday (US)’, ‘Global Viral 50’ and ‘Pop Rising’. Follow up tracks Stop Me and Stuck In My Feelings saw similar success in both reception and streams, the latter of which reaching #38 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 national radio chart in the US.
With travelling musicians as parents, Moss has been surrounded by music his entire life, and was mastering instruments and honing his songwriting craft as an adolescent. This influence and dexterity is expressed in the finesse that he dances between each genre, smartly weaving them together with his flexible voice.
Moss ups the ante with Deep Down Below featuring Yacht Money. It taps into his pop influences at their peak level proven by how incredibly catchy and well suited to the dance-floor it feels even from the first ten seconds. Perfectly timed for summer this bouncy electro pop track weaves in flavours of tropical house, R&B and dancehall that make for a perfect foot tapping concoction of party music excellence.
Speaking on the subtext to the track, Moss states “Deep Down Below is one of my favourites. Not just because It makes everyone lose themselves for 3 min and dance but also because there is actually a deeper darker underneath everything. The song is about probably one of the worst times in my life where I was stuck in a repetitive motion of meaningless sex and overall not really valuing others or myself as a human. I think it’s important to talk about what we’ve been through, cause it’s the only way we learn to have deeper grace for each other. More than anything though, it’s a fun song and I can’t wait for people to have it on repeat”