Andreas Moss Debuts New Single Deep Down Below ft Yacht Money+ Video

The Swedish-born Curb Records artist releases dancy new cut, “Deep Down Below,” ahead of his debut self-titled EP, out July 13th

Co-directed, cut, and edited by Moss himself, the cinematic new visual debuted with the London-based tastemaker yesterday, while the accompanying track topped Spotify’s New Music Friday playlists in the US, Germany, and Switzerland.

This song is about a time in my life where there was a lot of sex disconnected from love,” Moss explained. “I was never taught to view my sexuality in a healthy way, so it led to very unhealthy practices and completely shutting down my emotions. Sex is a beautiful thing, but it easily gets abused and turned into a weapon, sometimes… My visual artistry is as important to me as my musical artistry. I love to create art where there is more to unpack than just a good song and video… to create fantastical versions of real shit that we all go through. The song itself is a catchy pop track that I hope people put on repeat and wanna sing along to, but underneath is a lot of pain and trauma that I’m still working on and processing… and what better way to do that than by going under water in a heavy ass Narnia coat to be killed by a merman?

The new cut marks the third single from Moss’ forthcoming self-titled debut EP, which is set to release on July 13th.

Moss, a Swedish-born, Nashville-bred, and Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter heavily inspired by the emotive, openhearted end of contemporary R+B, recently signed to Curb Records as part of their brand new pop music endeavor. He is the very first artist to help launch the enterprise.

Andreas Moss Tour Dates
6/4 – School Night – Los Angeles, CA – w/ Freedom Fry and Shaboozey
6/14 – Lucky Strike Live – Hollywood, CA – w/ Aaron Encinas and Melanie Pfirrman
6/23 – Nashville Pride Fest – Nashville, TN – w/ JoJo, Wilson Phillips, and Becca Mancari
7/4 – Summerfest Milwaukee – Milwaukee, WI – w/ The Weeknd, Janelle Monáe, Marshmello, Halsey, Shawn Mendes, Charli XCX, and Kesha