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Joseph Mossbridge Introduces His Soothing Track "Crossed Lines"

Upcoming act Joseph Mossbridge is a 21-year-old upcoming recording artist who is getting ready to release his debut album. Starting out as a drummer when he was 5 years old, and participating in musical activities for most of his life, Joseph didn’t realize his love for music until he was 14 when a friend showed him FL Studio. Since then, Joseph has been producing music, slowly learning, making mistakes, and learning some more. Once Joseph started attending Northeastern University as a music industry major, he enrolled in a songwriting class. Previously, Joseph had made lots of instrumental focused songs as he was going through a hardcore EDM phase. But during the class, he discovered that he loves songwriting, and has a special skill of writing super catchy melodies. Since he was 9 years old, Joseph has wanted to make an album and for the last year, that is what he’s been doing. Channeling his angsty COVID energy into his art, he self-produced his debut album in his dorm room at Northeastern, collaborating with his friends, and putting way too much pressure on himself. Following the release of his newest single "Crossed Lines," he projects a very captivating track that will surely grasp your ears. Beginning with soothing instrumentation leading onto his sweet and soft vocals he completes the single fully. Explaining the track further it's a self-produced breakup song about his past and unhealthy relationship of his. To the vocals and production, this track will definitely present a chilling feeling while listening. Being just perfect for a late-night drive or alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Crossed Lines" and be on the lookout for his debut album called "Take My Time" which will be released on Nov 17th.



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