11 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bob Moses formed when two high-school acquaintances from Vancouver (one a rock musician, the other making trance and progressive house) happened upon each other in a New York City parking lot. Not bad for an origin story. Recorded in Los Angeles after a few years of road testing, their second album (after 2015’s Days Gone By, which yielded them a Grammy) plays like a more anthemic spin on the style of bands like Chromatics or The xx: sleek, melancholic club pop with a touch of indie rock. “You and I found our faith in the will of a lie,” Tom Howie sings on the Depeche Mode-ish “Back Down,” rising up before vanishing into the dry ice of Jimmy Vallance’s synths.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Bob Moses formed when two high-school acquaintances from Vancouver (one a rock musician, the other making trance and progressive house) happened upon each other in a New York City parking lot. Not bad for an origin story. Recorded in Los Angeles after a few years of road testing, their second album (after 2015’s Days Gone By, which yielded them a Grammy) plays like a more anthemic spin on the style of bands like Chromatics or The xx: sleek, melancholic club pop with a touch of indie rock. “You and I found our faith in the will of a lie,” Tom Howie sings on the Depeche Mode-ish “Back Down,” rising up before vanishing into the dry ice of Jimmy Vallance’s synths.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

AngeDeJeudi ,

Amazing

I saw this dropped around 1am and quickly downloaded it so I could listen to it while I was working. It’s absolutely amazing tbh. It’s somehow the perfect mix of soothing calmness mixed with enough tempo and beat that makes it just a beautiful album. Somehow it manages to be the holy trinity: banger, bop, and slap

ZedHead25 ,

Just Amazing

Every single song on this album is good they all grew on me which is pretty rare.

JdevilM ,

Sweet

Smooth vocals complemented by exciting electo beats set a perfectly chill atmosphere.

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