Keith Mosfet will capture your heart and ears with his indie-folk charm and raw lyrical honesty. Based in Toronto, Canada, Mosfet has crafted a sound reminiscent of great musical storytellers like Bob Dylan and Mac DeMarco, mixing in a nostalgically vintage vibe to accompany his tales of personal struggle and heartbreak. “I am always writing about deep subject matter, says Mosfet, but sometimes I try to do it in a humorous way,” creating a multifaceted and captivating listening experience.

With his new single ‘Let Me Go, Mosfet continues to defy expectations by giving us a unique kind of break-up song. The track uses a Beach Boys-esque vibe to call out an ex-girlfriend who broke his heart yet still wants more from the relationship. Ever self-aware, Mosfet explains that he was “trying to make fun of those Grease-type songs, which are full of toxic masculinity and damsels in distress.

With Let Me Go and all of his songs, Mosfet truly wants listeners to relate to the stories and see their own experiences in the music. “I feel these songs are very special and I hope people connect to them the way I do.”

Recommended for fans of: Mac DeMarco, Bob Dylan, Feist, The Beatles, The Kinks



Written by: Keith Mosfet

Lead vocals & acoustic guitar: Keith Mosfet

Lead guitar & bass: Charles Kostash

Piano: Grace Johnston

Drums: Raul Gutierrez-Ruiz

Backup vocals: Alida Doornberg, Grace Johnston, Charles Kostash

Produced by: Keith Mosfet and Charles Kostash

Mixed by: Keith Mosfet

Mastered by: Kristian Montano