Bob Moses, the Vancouver-bred duo consisting of Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance, came to life in the Brooklyn underground scene in 2012.
Early single releases on taste-making electronic label Scissor &Thread led to signing with Domino and the late 2015 release of their debut album Days Gone By. Meshing guitar licks, a moody smolder and a dash of dance-floor ambience with lyrical depth and classic songwriting, the duo created a sound that appeals equally to club goers and rock music fans. Translating their sound seamlessly to the live performance realm, years of nonstop global touring -including appearances at every major festival from Glastonbury and Coachella, to Lollapalooza and beyond -cemented the duo’s reputation as a must see live act. A standout performance on The Ellen Show, a pair of nominations at both the Junos and the Grammys (and a Grammy win), and a top 15 US Alternative radio hit with "Tearing Me Up,” have further sealed the band’s burgeoning mainstream success. May 2018 brought “Heaven Only Knows” which was followed by “Back Down” and in September by the release of the second full length album Battle Lines. The album, met with praise upon release, finds the duo expanding their sonic palette, embracing their most inventive instincts and infusing their lyrics with a more outward-looking perspective dealing while exploring themes of conflict and disconnection on an intimate but universal level.