MOSES have nothing in common with the prophet other than astounding performances and are yet to have their first bad review. Not bad for an outfit whose first EP, was released on Crosstown Records at the end of 2016.
In 2017 they released the single, 'King Size' and graced festivals and big stage supports, always making a strong impression with their magnetic songs and presence. It looked like they were on a roll and MOSES started 2018 on a movie soundtrack (‘Tombraider’) and the red carpet. By Spring they were virtually over. Disillusioned with the seedier side of music business, half of the band left. A low point of their rollercoaster.
Drive and belief recharged them. Too distinctive to change their band name, they rebuilt from scratch and from Autumn 2018 released seasonal singles with visual collaborations. As 2019 ended, they had a small but fervent choir of fans, internationally. In 2020, Sounding like an uplifting greatest hits compilation, their debut album ‘Almost Everything Is Bullshit’ ; was released on April 17th.
MOSES ended 2020 with new songs recorded and a strong streaming game. To herald 2021 they released the expansive single ‘Pawns’; which did them fresh favours and they get to play their first small-venue headline tour - a landmark in any band story. This backwards tale keeps going forward.