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Marisa And The Moths Unveil Video for “Get It Off My Chest”

Published / Fri 15 Mar 2024

Marisa And The Moths Unveil Video for

Photo: Marisa And The Moths Unveil Video for “Get It Off My Chest”  /  Credit: Marisa & The Moths

Marisa And The Moths, a band recognized for their distinctive blend of grungy rock, have released the music video for “Get It Off My Chest” (Watch Below) a track from their eagerly anticipated second album, “What Doesn’t Kill You”, scheduled for release on May 3rd.

Get It Off My Chest Inspirations

The single “Get It Off My Chest” features a dynamic composition that combines elements reminiscent of Alter Bridge and Flyleaf, enriched with a touch of In This Moment. The song’s lyrics, penned by the band’s lead, Marisa, delve into a narrative of personal errors and the struggle to evade a traumatic encounter.

The accompanying music video visually explores themes of growth, resilience, and empowerment following adverse experiences. For the first time, it highlights Marisa’s journey towards embracing her body, sexuality, and feminine strength.

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Marisa shared her thoughts on the video’s significance, stating:

“If you had told my insecure 18-year-old self that I would have created such an exposed and raunchy music video, then I honestly wouldn’t have believed you! But I think that is what makes the story behind it all the more powerful and also true to the meaning of the album.

The mood of the narrative transitions throughout, reflecting my journey of self-discovery, accepting my faults, embracing my sexuality like I never have before (with the strong BDSM and LGBTQIA+ themes), and owning my feminine power.

I start in a place of vulnerability and powerlessness, slowly unravelling, giving into temptation and desires, until finally I take back control, accepting my mistakes and embracing my darker sides, becoming a stronger, more authentic version of myself.

This is the first song and music video I’ve released were it’s felt relevant to finally speak publicly about my sexuality, which has felt so liberating! The song and the video are a celebration of resilience, sexuality and authenticity, and I hope it inspires others to embrace their journey of self-realisation too.”

Marisa And The Moths will be touring the album at a series of headline dates, as follows:

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 purchased here.

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