Mosey, the solo project of Dan Pawlovich (Panic! At The Disco/Valencia), released the new holiday single “If Christmas Didn’t Exist” via Know Hope Records. The song is available on all streaming/download platforms, but all proceeds from sales on Bandcamp will be donated to charity.
About the track, Pawlovich stated:
“I’m lucky this holiday season to have a lot of positivity in my life. And yet, the world around us feels tumultuous, and it’s not always easy to stay positive. I remember times when the holidays turned the volume way-up on losses that I’d experienced, and they were the hardest times ever. “If Christmas Didn’t Exist” is a shout-out to anyone who may feel left out or low this time of year. And to our planet that needs our care more than ever. And to those who can separate the shop til you drop mentality with the true spirit of giving. And to my mom and dad who had some close calls recently. Happy Holidays -really I mean it.”
It’s been a long time since we have heard from Mosey, but the wait is over. This track is the first new music from the band since the single “So They Say”, which was part of Know Hope Records’ charity compilation ‘Solidarity In Sound’ in 2017. Before that, in 2016, the label reissued their 2013 debut album ‘The Way We Remember It’.
The new single “If Christmas Didn’t Exist” was mixed by Joe Reinhart (Hop Along) at The Headroom, mixed by Ryan Schwabe, and features artwork from Brendan Walter. The track also features additional vocals from Maya Tuttle.
While there are no dates to announce as of yet, you can expect more new music from Mosey in 2020.