After Supporting The Sherlocks On Tour, Playing Reading Pride And Receiving BBC Radio Airplay, Charlie Moss Returns With ‘Scared To Be Lonely’

Having supported The Sherlocks & Trampolene, Played the main stage at Reading Pride and received continued support from the BBC and This Feeling, Brighton’s indie pop rocker Charlie Moss returns bigger and better than ever with ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ on January 31st.

Stream ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ here:

Charlie Moss hails from the electric music scene in Brighton taking a wide range of influences from the likes of Vampire Weekend, The 1975, Seagirls and The Smiths. Through dreamy guitar layers, soaring harmonies and emotive but genuinely raw music, Charlie Moss has made a name for himself, making him impossible to ignore. The up tempo, feel good indie anthems have led to Charlie selling out venues in his hometown for music giants This Feeling, as well as garnering more support from BBC Introducing, Gigslutz and Amazing Radio.


Constant gigging and dedication to writing and releasing new music has seen Charlie gain a loyal fanbase as well as a strong relationship with This Feeling and producer Josh Harrison who’s portfolio includes Royal Blood and The Cure. 

New single ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ will be released January 31st and in support of the single Charlie will be playing an intimate release show as well as embarking on a UK Tour and securing bookings for major UK Festivals.

17th January – The Brunswick, Brighton


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