Marisa And The Moths has recently unveiled their latest single, ‘SAD’ (Listen Below) taken from their eagerly awaited second album, “What Doesn’t Kill You”, scheduled for release on May 3rd.
Marisa & The Moths Gear Up For New Album
The band, taking cues from acclaimed groups like Alter Bridge and Evanescence, has crafted a unique sound that melds the familiar with the innovative. ‘SAD’, in particular, channels the essence of pop-infused alt-rock akin to Paramore and Flyleaf, delving into the hidden turmoil beneath a facade of contentment.
Discussing the single, Marisa shared her insights:
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– Friday 26th and Saturday 27th April
– KK’s Steel Mill: Wolverhampton, UK
Tickets are on sale now.
“This song is about the shame of feeling sad while projecting a different narrative to the outside world. It’s the challenge of wearing a happy face while, internally, your world feels like it’s falling apart. I wrote this song when I found myself in a situation where, despite logically recognizing things to be grateful for, I couldn’t escape those overwhelming emotions. When I’ve opened up to people in the past, they have inadvertently belittled how I felt, saying things like ‘it’ll pass’ or ‘focus on the positive.’ Sometimes all you want is to feel heard or listened to, but societal norms often mean that surface-level observations define how we are perceived. I think this is a universal situation that all of us find ourselves in at times, regardless of your social standing, wealth, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.”
‘SAD’ offers a glimpse into the anticipated album, which is expected to feature a collection of dynamic and diverse tracks, showcasing the band’s musical maturity and evolution.
Known for their electrifying live performances, Marisa And The Moths have garnered a dedicated fanbase, captivating audiences with their music and dynamic stage presence, solidifying their status as a prominent force in the alt-rock scene.
The band has announced a series of headline tour dates in support of their new album:
May 02: Reading Sub 89
May 03: Cardiff The Globe
May 04: Southampton The Loft
May 10: Manchester Star and Garter
May 11: Nottingham Rock City Beta
May 12: London Underworld
Jun 07: Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Jun 08: Newcastle Grove
Tickets can be ordered here.
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