Marisa & The Moths

Saturday 30 November 2024, 6pm - 9:30pm

The Waterfront Studio


tickets subject to 10% booking fee

£16.50 (General)

14+ (under 16’s to be accompanied by an adult over 18)

Marisa And The Moths are turning heads with their unique alternative rock sound and powerhouse female vocals. Marisa's lyrics delve into heavy topics such as mental health, toxic relationships, trauma and sexuality, resonating deeply with her fellow misfits and anyone that has ever dealt with similar hardships. Since the release of their self-titled debut in 2019, the band has gone from strength to strength, culminating in their second album “What Doesn’t Kill You” reaching No. 1 in the Official UK Rock and Metal Charts. Their latest album has been described by fans as a deep therapy session you want to singalong with at the top of your lungs.

Both albums have received rave reviews from press outlets like Classic Rock, Metal Hammer, and Kerrang!, and radio plays from mainstream shows such as BBC Introducing Rock on Radio 1, BBC Radio 2's Rock Show, Kerrang! Fresh Blood, Planet Rock, Total Rock, and Primordial Radio. They have also recently recorded a live session consisting of songs from both albums at the iconic Abbey Road Studios, which will be released later in 2024.

Marisa also features on Sophie Lloyd's new album, “Imposter Syndrome”. The album was nominated for best Breakthrough album by Heavy Music Awards, 2024. Their collaboration single "Won't You Come" dropped in November '23, alongside other singles by the likes of Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Chris Robertson (Black Stone Cherry), Matt Heafy (Trivium), and Michael Starr (Steel Panther).

With previous headline tours under their belt, support slots for artists like Kris Barras Band, Von Hertzen Brothers, Those Damn Crows, As December Falls, and Elvana, as well as appearances at festivals like 2000 Trees, Planet Rockstock, and Primordial Radio's General Mayhem, Marisa And The Moths are ready to take the rock world by storm and redefine the genre with their electrifying performances.

"Marisa Rodriguez is a superstar" - Metal Hammer UK, Issue 387

"If she sings like that, then I want to be just like her too" - Nels Hylton - BBC Radio 1

"Marisa Rodriguez has the power of Lzzy Hale, the pitch and clarity of Christina Aguilera and the range of Amy Lee. You can’t help but be mesmerised by just how good she is"- Devolution Magazine.

"Marisa Rodriguez is my new found voice of 2024" - Metal Planet Music

"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, UK Issue 26

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