Andreas Moss Gets Caught Up In 'Stuck in My Feelings' Video: Exclusive

Andreas Moss
Pamela Ayela

Andreas Moss

Swedish singer-songwriter Andreas Moss gets caught up in his own addictions in the video for his new single “Stuck in My Feelings,” premiering exclusively on

The Nashville-based artist, who describes his sound as “nu-R&B,” follows previous singles “Stop Me” and “Thinking About You,” the latter of which has racked up more than 2.7 million listens on Spotify. In the video for “Stuck in My Feelings,” the CURB Records signee explores the pitfalls of being in an unhealthy relationship, which he explains is tangential to his own issues with addiction.

"I purposely made this song and video into an allegory,” says Moss. “I think a lot of us struggle with relationships that we keep going back to even when we know they are bad for us. For me, this relationship was with addiction. I want people in any unhealthy situation whether it be with a person, a substance or habit to relate to this song and feel like they are not alone in feeling isolated by their circumstance.”

Moss, who co-wrote and co-produced the song with Sam Tinnesz and Joe Williams, is relatively new to the scene, debuting with “Thinking About You” in Dec. 2016 and reaching No. 12 on the Billboard Viral 50 Chart that following month. In the time since, he’s performed at SXSW and The Great Escape, and makes the first pop signing to CURB Records, home to artists like Tim McGraw and LeAnn Rimes.

Watch the video for “Stuck in My Feelings” below.