Back with the mesmerising visuals for recently released single ‘Move On’, MOSES are quickly becoming the face of alt-rock
Fully equipped and up there with their best tracks to date, ‘Move On’ may have only been out for a couple of weeks, but it’s certainly making waves.
Bringing you up to speed, MOSES are an alternative-rock outfit from London that have gained previous support from Annie Mac, Phil Taggarat, Steve Lamacq, John Kennedy and Huw Stephens to name a few.
A perfect introduction into the release, the first shot of the music video quotes, “when you are being dumped, just move on. When someone is quitting on you, move on.
When someone is telling you that it’s over and they say sorry just tell them ‘why are you sorry? I got no worries. I still believe, I still believe in me – and move on.”
An effortless release musically and visually, the track is a solid representation of positive things to come for MOSES.
Produced by Gavin Monaghan at Magic Garden Studios, this song deserves a pedestal to thousands of fans in a stadium.
As for the music video, the black and white colour palette may be monotone, but the colourful aura that the music illustrates throughout makes it a vivid experience from start to finish.