MOSSS releases video for heartache anthem ‘Here If You Want (Pale Blue)’

It’s not often we hear from MOSSS but when we do the chances are the listener will be left in awe. The LA-based artist today delivers a new video for his hit 2017 single ‘Here If You Want (Pale Blue)’.

Shot on a rainy day in Muir Woods just outside San Francisco, the landscape provides the perfect backdrop for this chill-pop gem that has accumulated more than 20 million streams since its release. Recruiting various friends and collaborators, the group assembled for a highly-improvised shoot under the redwoods, with beautiful consequences.

Watch the video for ‘Here If You Want (Pale Blue) here.

Despite releasing only two songs to date, MOSSS (Rob McCurdy) is no slouch, being part of the hugely successful production duo Noise Club. It’s an operation that began by holding parties in an empty loft space in Brooklyn and grew into two friends writing for some of the biggest artists in the industry. However, Rob was always curious as to how his own music would sound.

“Pale Blue was an idea I started after a session at the studio,” explains McCurdy. “I laid down the guitar, bass and melody down right away.  For whatever reason, it all felt very natural for me and was the first thing I had written that I felt sounded like me. I had become increasingly frustrated with not feeling fully connected with the music I was making for others so it felt amazing to make something where the only goal was to impress myself. 

“That’s the sort of mission statement with MOSSS – I want this to be my outlet where I can make whatever I want to make without outside input or an agenda.”

It’s clear that whatever music MOSSS makes resonates with his audience. Now ready to step into the spotlight and with a fan base eagerly anticipating his next move, what will he produce?

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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