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Chest Of Dress Up

Artist: My Life As A Moth
Label: self release
Impact date: Out now
ROTD featured date: Thursday 21 October 2021

We say

Let us introduce you to east London-based Swedish alternative artist My Life As A Moth. Equally a poet as she is a musician, My Life as A Moth takes pride in her lyrics and approaches her music in an almost child-like quality. With Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey, Bat For Lashes), Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Ben Christophers at the production helm, Chest Of Dress Up is four eccentric minutes of cascading keys and jangly guitars, interspersed with circus-like percussion. Lyrically, the track sees My Life As A Moth depicts scenarios of when we as people are not entirely honest with others, or ourselves. It’s an otherworldly yet bewitching experience that recalls the storytelling nature of Kate Bush and the avant-garde feel of Bowie. Watch the Natasha Arciniega directed music video here. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but they have us hooked and excited to hear what’s next from this mysterious project. 
Media coverage to date.


Label: self release
Publishing: unpublished
Radio: UK - Caroline Ranson, Viaduct Promotions/US - Dan Manning, Terrorbird Media
Online: Max Busin, Go To Beat
Press: Shannon Cotton, Zeitgeist Agency
Management: Stephen Budd & Maria Torres

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We are always looking for future hits and stars - signed and unsigned. To submit music for consideration please send an email with a link to one track and some info to Kevin Marston.

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