Andreas Moe Is Hopeful and Free With “Holding On”

Moving on from the things that keep us down is never easy. Andreas Moe knows the feeling and is here to tell you it is ok to let go and grow on his uplifting new tune “Holding On.”

Captivating from start to finish, “Holding On” is a stellar song that fills you with solace and serenity. Moe’s lovely voice inspires a budding anticipation, inciting the feeling of yearning and the will to dream. The chorus lights a fire in your belly, especially when he utters, “I’m holding on to something I can never make my own,” and the song is really driven home through the bridge’s positive set of manifestations. “Holding On” has been in the making for awhile, as Moe says:

“‘Holding On’ is a song that’s slowly been writing itself over several years. I’ve had the chorus recorded on my phone for over three years. To not only be able to complete it, but also finally release it as a single is such a satisfying feeling, as from all my previously released songs, this is the one I’m most proud of.” 


“Holding On” follows the November 2020 release of “POWER”Andreas Moe’s interpretation of the Kanye West hit – and provides listeners with a taste of what is to come on his 2021 EP. As a five-time Platinum-certified songwriter, Moe has worked with artists around the world such as Avicii, John De Sohn, Tiesto, Cheat Codes, Omi & Sabrina Carpenter. Having opened for artists like Gabrielle Aplin, Kodaline and for John Mayer during The Search For Everything Tour performing at the famed O2 Arena in London and the Stockholm Globe Arena, Moe is an experienced performer – garnering millions of fans worldwide. In December 2019, Andreas Moe was invited to perform at the Avicii tribute concert in Stockholm alongside international stars including Rita Ora, David Guetta & Kygo in front of a 60,000 strong audience.

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