"When David Moss sings you his songs he rips your heart out, throws it on the ground and stomps on it, then picks it up and gently places it back in your chest...then he punches you." -The Wiles
                          
Originally from Peoria, IL, David Moss began his musical journey playing cello and singing in various formats from a very young age.  After recieving a degree in cello performance from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), he moved to Austin, TX in 2007 where he immediately formed with the trio The Blue Hit.  There, David attended the Kerrville Folk Festival, and before long was playing guitar and writing songs.  By the summer 2011 he was a finalist in the prestigious New Folk competition and went on to become a winner.

On his album "Bag of Bones" which was released in 2010, David has a gruff voice as a result of a Granuloma on his vocal chords.  In November 2012, however he underwent surgery and has rejoined with his old and original vocal timbre.  He is currently living in Brooklyn, NY where he performs at many different listening rooms in the northeast and continues to play cello and compose with The Blue Hit as well as groups such as the Satellite Ballet, Moishe Circus, The Broken Stares, and many others.

He has just released his album "Songs for Willoughby" in March 2014, and his breakout hit "Jerusalem" was featured on Democracy Now! in July 2014.