Viking Moses is a venture pushed forwards by Brendon Massei, a person whose life hit high pace after which continued to speed up. A shocking songwriter, his work carries an enriching sense of emotional depth, usually viewing darker feelings from positions of sunshine.
Now primarily based in Edinburgh, the three-decade lengthy Viking Moses catalogue is riddled with jewels. He’s your favorite songwriter’s favorite songwriter, in different phrases.
Returning as soon as extra, Viking Moses continued his famously nomadic way of life by going again out on the street with James Yorkston. Of the Scottish artist, he muses: “James Yorkston and I met practically 20 years in the past within the East Neuk of Fife, and whereas our friendship has unfolded on the tempo of correspondence chess, it has intensified simply as remarkably.”
“A long time later, we’re nearing a first-name-basis as we accumulate mileage and in-car pyrotechnics scares, and sometimes it could appear we now have hassle making any distinction between the easy-unravelling of our automobile rides and the nice and cozy curiosity of concert-goers.”
Coinciding with the tour, Viking Moses has shared a video for his bruised tune ‘Let This Bother Cross’. A deeply atmospheric work, the tune presents “a dialogue between ageing, childless companions. One is in a panic, the opposite appears keen to accommodate. Every might want the identical end result, however probably for various causes.”
Director Gregg De Domenico takes care of the all-new video, fulfilling a long-held need to do one thing with the tune. He says: “‘Let This Bother Cross’ has all the time been my favorite tune of the Viking Moses catalog and ideal for the execution of this concept – two lovers preventing for a failing relationship. Damaged down into the intensifying beats of the connection’s final gasps, the video seems to harness…
Viking Moses Broods Onerous With ‘Let This Bother