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From Utah to Los Angeles, this captivating alternative trio has made all the right moves thus far. For The Moth & The Flame's first nationwide release, they enlisted veteran drummer and producer Joey Waronker (Atoms for Peace, Beck) to ensure they made an EP that represented what they wanted to sound like on record. Songs like “Sorry,” “Winsome," and “Silver Tongue” all come together with a dense, compressed mix that’s much easier on the ears than one might suppose. It’s an immense sound beyond that of a mere trio. Even the low-key “Monster” is layered into grand textures beyond just drummer Andrew Tolman, keyboardist/singer Mark Garbett, and guitarist/singer Brandon Robbins. Time will tell where the trio's sound takes them. (A follow-up full-length album is planned for 2014; it'll be produced by Peter Katis, best known for his work with The National.)

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I didn't think I could love these guys anymore than i already did, but tracks like "Winsome" and "Silver Tongue" really showcase the band's versatility. Truly mind blowing. Excited for what lies ahead for TMTF.

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i loved them the first time I heard them its fun to know them before they get big you have bragging rights


Best band out there. Best album of this year in my opinion. Just solid. Keep your eye on these guys.


Formed: 2011 in Provo, Utah

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

A Los Angeles-based experimental rock band with clear Radiohead influences, the Moth & the Flame formed in Provo, Utah in 2011 with singer/guitarist Brandon Robbins, keyboardist Mark Garbett, and drummer Andrew Tolman, previously the drummer for Imagine Dragons. The band released an eponymous debut late that year and began what would become extensive touring over the next few years, including South by Southwest and Sundance Film Festival Café appearances in 2013. Produced by drummer Joey Waronker...
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