BOB MOSES PREMIERE NEW SINGLE & VIDEO “TIME AND TIME AGAIN”
TICKETS FOR 2022 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR ON SALE TODAY
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5 NOVEMBER 2021 (TORONTO, ON) - Today, GRAMMY® Award-winning duo Bob Moses return with a galvanizing new single and video, “Time And Time Again.” Also today, tickets for Bob Moses’ 2022 North American headlining tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time. See below for the full list of tour dates and venues and watch the duo announce the tour HERE.
Newly signed to Astralwerks in a unique global partnership with Domino Recording Co., “Time And Time Again”defines the start of a thrilling new era for Vancouver-bred musicians/producers Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance. To that end, the track marks both the debut release and the expansion on the immaculate collision of house music and emotionally charged pop they’ve brought to past hits like “Tearing Me Up” (a GRAMMY® nominee for Best Dance/Electronic Recording), adding new depth and dimension to their gorgeously sculpted sound design. Produced by Bob Moses and mixed by GRAMMY®-winning producer/engineer Mark “Spike” Stent (Lady Gaga, Lorde, Frank Ocean), “Time And Time Again” elegantly merges its indelible melodies with prismatic textures and trance-inducing grooves, ultimately forming a hypnotic backdrop to Howie’s captivating vocal work.
Says Bob Moses, “It’s a big week for us: a new tour for 2022 and now our first new music in a while. We spent most of the last year in the studio, and this track feels like the perfect first taste of what we’ve been working on. It’s a celebration of the return of dancing with friends after almost two years spent inside. It’s also a special song for us personally because it was inspired by a close friend who we lost too soon. Writing the song was cathartic, and it helped us realize that all of those shared adventures of dancing until the sunrise are memories we’re lucky to hold."
Directed by Lucky Sherry, the video for “Time And Time Again” beautifully amplifies the song’s euphoric yet ominous mood, thanks in large part to its kinetic choreography. In a series of scenes shot in shadowy bedrooms and other intimate spaces, the video’s cast of characters dance with both urgency and utter abandon, embodying the track’s potent rhythms to wildly spellbinding effect.
Kicking off on March 20 in Tucson, Arizona, Bob Moses’ 2022 headlining tour will continue through May 21 in Vancouver. The 25-date run includes stops at such iconic venues as The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and The Warfield in San Francisco. Later next year, Bob Moses will head overseas for tour dates at Melkweg in Amsterdam and KOKO in London.
Bob Moses Tour Dates
March 20 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre*
March 21 Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren*
March 22 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater*
March 25 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall*
March 26 Dallas, TX South Side Music Hall*
March 28 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse*
March 30 Washington, DC 9:30 Club*
March 31 Richmond, VA The National*
April 2 Brooklyn, NY Great Hall at Avant Gardner*
April 5 Boston, MA Big Night Live*
April 7 Toronto, ON History*
April 8 Montreal, QC Mtelus*
April 9 Ithaca, NY State Theatre*
April 10 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE*
April 12 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall*
April 13 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre*
April 15 Lawrence, KS Granada Theater*
April 16 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre*
May 12 San Francisco, CA The Warfield~
May 13 Los Angeles, CA The Greek Theatre^
May 19 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom~
May 20 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo~
May 21 Vancouver, BC Malkin Bowl~
November 8 Amsterdam, NL Melkweg
November 16 London, UK KOKO
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ABOUT BOB MOSES
Since forming in New York City in 2012, Bob Moses have earned massive acclaim for their transcendent blend of house music and emotionally charged pop. Made up of Vancouver-bred musicians/producers Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance, the Los Angeles-based duo delivered their debut album Days Gone By in 2015 and immediately drew praise from tastemaking outlets like Mixmag (who stated that “[i]t's hard to think of anyone who walks the line between electro-pop and deep dancefloor grooves quite as coolly as Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance”). Days Gone By featured such standouts as “Tearing Me Up”: an intensely poignant track nominated for two GRAMMY® Awards, with a remix from RAC winning in the category of Best Remix Recording (Non-Classical). In 2018, Bob Moses returned with Battle Lines, which featured the hit single “Back Down” and led to a performance on “Ellen.” Hailed by The Line of Best Fitas “versatile, dynamic party music, made by masters of their craft,” Battle Lines also landed on Billboard’s Best Electronic Albums of 2018 list. The duo’s most recent triumphs include 2019’s Unplugged EP, Falling into Focus – Live 2020 (a concert film documenting an hour-long set performed at an abandoned radio tower in Topanga, California), and Desire (a JUNO Award-nominated 2020 project that PopMatters lauded as “exceptional, its classic trance rhythms crafted with a sense of multidimensionality”). A longtime festival favorite, Bob Moses have also repeatedly claimed the Best Live Act title from Resident Advisor, appearing at leading festivals like Coachella, TomorrowWorld, Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival, and Bonnaroo. Newly signed to Astralwerks in partnership with Domino Recordings, the duo is now at work on their highly anticipated third album, due out in 2022.
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