12 Songs, 46 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
44 Ratings
44 Ratings



It's kind of funny they let us review an album before it is released, but I have to disagree with the previous reviewer. I listened to all of the tracks on quality headphones and it sounds perfect.

Love this album!!!

Kat &

All of the songs on this album are beautiful!!! I would definitely recommend this.

They never dissapoint.

Colby Cola

They are so good. The recordings are sounding great and it is fantastic to hear these songs in a recorded setting. They have never disappointed me and I don’t think they ever will. There’s a bright future ahead for these guys.

About The Moth & The Flame

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 (Atoms for Peace, Beck), an EP titled & arrived late in 2013 on Hidden Records, and ongoing touring included opening spots for Imagine Dragons and Neon Trees. The band signed with Elektra Records in the fall of 2014 and officially added Michael Goldman to the lineup on bass. Produced by Peter Katis (the National, Jónsi), Tony Hoffer (Better Than Ezra, Belle and Sebastian), and Nate Pyfer (Fictionist, Parlor Hawk) and featuring string arrangements by Rob Moose (Renée Fleming, Alabama Shakes, the Decemberists), their second EP, Young & Unafraid, was released in 2015. ~ Marcy Donelson

Provo, Utah




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