WildSpiritz IMS MUSIC REVIEW - MARISA AND THE MOTHS - INDEPENDENT RELEASE
A pretty filthy, filthy pretty grunge influenced Reading-based rock band with a modern edge. Female-fronted with soaring vocals and powerful melodies.
Marisa And The Moths - Marisa and the Moths.
This album has been a long time coming and to be fair has been well worth the wait. Opener 'Needy' is a stunning start and much heavier than expected. Marisa Rodríguez not only has a sultry vocal but it is naturally soulful, emotional and powerful. Throw into the mix a guitarist of the stature of Sophie Lloyd and there really is nothing negative. 'How did you get so weak?' and 'Skin' are awesome by design and tracks such as 'Human' and 'Slave' have superb riffs running throughout and build as the tracks progress.
There are the full-on rockers such as '69' and 'Easy Target' right down to the stunningly beautiful 'Baby Goodnight' and 'Everything is going Swimmingly.' All the tracks have been well written. The production is faultless. Marisa and the Moths are head and shoulders above their peers in terms of talent, writing, presence. The tracks are full of hooks and melody that most can only dream of achieving. This is a stadium band. Their star is shining brightly and who knows. One day we may get that elusive interview. Stunning and faultless.
- Original Release Date: 15 Nov. 2019
- Release Date: 15 Nov. 2019
- Label: Marisa And The Moths
- Copyright: ℗© 2019: Marisa And The Moths
- Total Length: 51:30
- Genres: Rock
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- ASIN: B07Y337C2Q