Toronto Folk-Noir (for fans of Frank Turner/Elliott Smith/Weakerthans)
Toronto’s punk-poet Rob Moir continues to share his passionate and provocative stories with the release of his sophomore album Places To Die (Underground Operations/Canada, Make My Day Records/EU) in Spring 2015. In the vein of timeless artists (and muses) like Bruce Springsteen and Jeff Tweedy, Rob's songs are honest and exceedingly entertaining to see live. The opening/title track “Places To Die Before You See The World” ducks and weaves and unloads hefty lyrical punches.
Perpetually on the lonesome road, Rob continues to expand his audience as he perform his songs across the world, making fans the old fashion way, one dedicated believer at a time.