“Sharp, chunky modern hard rock that makes you think of Halestorm, Foo Fighters and In This Moment, alongside touches of various classic rock heavyweights.“ Classic Rock Magazine
Marisa And The Moths are turning heads with their alternative rock sound and powerhouse female vocals. Their 2019 self-titled debut album received rave reviews from press outlets like Kerrang!, Classic Rock, and BBC Radio 2’s Rock Show.
With previous headline tours under their belt, support slots for artists like Kris Barras Band, as well as appearances at festivals like 2000 Trees and Planet Rockstock, Marisa And The Moths have proven themselves to be a top-tier live act.
The band kick off 2023 with a series of EPs leading up to their highly anticipated sophomore LP, ‘What Doesn’t Kill You’. They have also recently recorded a live session album at the iconic Abbey Road studios.
Marisa’s raw and honest lyrics paired with alternative rock and grunge instrumentals make for a unique and compelling listen. These new releases offer an intimate look at her grief in overcoming an abusive relationship, and an honest insight into her battle with anxiety, depression, whilst dealing with a relapsing eating disorder. Listeners can expect both hope and despair as they navigate through each track.
Each of the EP and album titles are incomplete sayings, which signposts the juxtaposition between hope and despair meanings within the context of the full-length record.
With so many exciting releases planned for 2023, it is sure to be the year of the Moth.