Grungy rockers Marisa And The Moths have released a video for their new single ‘Borderline’, taken from their second album What Doesn’t Kill You (#96 in the midweek charts), out now.

Watch the video here:

Purchase the album here:

On the video, frontperson Marisa comments:“The story in this video is a nostalgic look back at myself as a young child, and those feelings of being an outcast and not fitting in, and how that started to change through the process of me discovering music and alternative culture. I imagined how proud that younger version of myself would be if she could see me now, embracing who I am and fronting a band, and doing all the things I used to imagine and dream about when I was little. This personal story is a really good representation of what the song is about, which is accepting and celebrating your weirdness by being true to who you are.”

Marisa And The Moths are currently touring the album, catch them live here:

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 from:

Known for their electrifying live performances, Marisa And The Moths have built a loyal and dedicated fanbase. Their ability to connect with audiences through their music and energetic stage presence has earned them a reputation as one of the most exciting rock bands on the alt-scene today.

Marisa And The Moths (pronounced Muh-rees-ah) are one of the hottest unsigned rock acts in the UK right now. Their debut self-titled LP hit #66 in the Official Downloads Chart and has amassed hundreds of thousands of streams globally – as well as rave reviews from Kerrang!, Classic Rock, BBC Radio 2 Rock Show, and many more.

Marisa And The Moths are a group who bring to mind the best hard rock and grunge bands of the 90s, all while adding their own modern twist. Turning heads with their alternative rock sound and powerhouse vocals, frontwoman Marisa‘s raw and honest lyrics make for a unique and compelling listen. The band’s 2023 run of singles have offered 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, amongst other things. Listeners can expect both hope and despair as they navigate through each track.

The band kicked off 2023 with their Damned If I Do EP, featuring singles ‘Wither Away‘, ‘Pedestal‘, and ‘If You Knew‘, giving listeners a taste of what’s to come with their forthcoming second album. 

With previous headline tours under their belt, support slots for artists like Kris Barras BandVon Hertzen BrothersThose Damn Crows, Elvana and As December Falls as well as appearances at festivals like 2000 TreesPlanet Rockstock and Primordial Radio’s General MayhemMarisa And The Moths have proven themselves to be a top-tier live act.

Follow the band on Spotify:

See more:

Purchase Marisa And The Moths‘ first LP here:

Marisa And The Moths are:

Marisa Rodriguez / Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Songwriter
Liam James Barnes / Bass, BVs
Alex Ribchester / Drums
Alessio D’Elia / Lead Guitar

More From Author


Popular Posts

Latest Gig Reviews

Latest Music Reviews


Band Of The Day