Bob Moses Delivers Cathartic Single “Time and Time Again” with Angsty Visualizer: Watch –


An exciting new era has begun for Grammy-nominated duo Bob Moses.

After a lull on the music front, their latest single “Time and Time Again” marks the tandem’s first release on Astralwerks, in a unique global partnership with Domino Recording Co. Known for their immaculate house music collision and emotionally charged pop, Bob Moses also recently announced a 25-stop tour in 2022 with the support of Amtrac, TSHA and Jon Hopkins.

“Time and Time Again” transcends what Bob Moses brought to the hits of the past. On the surface, the track is a nostalgia for the time spent dancing with friends. However, in a statement, the duo explained that the track “was inspired by a close friend we lost too soon,” adding that the writing process was “cathartic, and it helped us realize that all of these Shared adventures of dancing until the sunrise are memories we are fortunate to keep. “

Merging distorted melodies with trance-inducing grooves, “Time And Time Again” was produced by Bob Moses’ Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance and mixed by Grammy Award-winning producer Mark Stent. Together they performed a fascinating backdrop for Howie’s mind-blowing vocal work.

Directed by Lucky, the official viewer of “Time and Time Again” is rooted in catharsis. Choreographed by Lisa Eaton, it eloquently embodies the song’s powerful beats in a heartbreaking purge of energy. The audiovisual amplifies the euphoric but disturbing atmosphere of the piece via a series of scenes of movement shot in intimate spaces.

“It’s a big week for us: a new tour for 2022 and now our first new music in a while,” said Bob Moses in a joint statement. “We’ve spent most of the last year in the studio, and this track feels like the perfect taste of what we’re working on.”

You can find “Time and Time Again” on your favorite streaming platform here. See below for the full list of 2022 tour dates and purchase tickets here.

Bob Moses 2022 Tour Dates:

March 20 – Tucson, AZ Rialto Theater
March 21 – Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren
March 22 – Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
March 25 – Houston, Texas White Oak Music Hall
March 26 – Dallas, Texas South Side Music Hall
March 28 – Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
March 30 – Washington, DC 9:30 am 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 Theater
April 10 – Pittsburgh, PA Internship AE
April 12 – Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
April 13 – Chicago, IL Riviera Theater
April 15 – Lawrence, KS Granada Theater
April 16 – Denver, CO Ogden Theater
May 12 – San Francisco, CA The Warfield
May 13 – Los Angeles, CA The Greek Theater
May 19 – Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
May 20 – Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo
May 21 – Vancouver, BC Malkin Bowl
November 8 – Amsterdam, Netherlands Melkweg
November 16 – London, UK KOKO




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