The Moth and the Flame

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Hey people of the world wide web! This is the lovely Lady R reporting to you live from behind the keyboard! During SXSW, I got to interview some pretty wonderful bands. On Friday, I traveled with my loving mother to the Audiotree Showcase to watch The Moth and the Flame play and of course stalk…I mean, interview them. TMTF is trio of handsome men from Provo, Utah. The band includes lead singer and guitarist Brandon Robbins, keyboardist Mark Garbett, and drummer Andrew Tolman. Their rock ‘n roll discography includes songs like Sorry and Winsome Their performance was pretty cozy and a little hidden within the pleasant monster which is SXSW. The Audiotree Showcase was at Licha’s Cantina, a beautiful Mexican restaurant. I was astounded as they played their set to a rather intimate crowd. I was able to get very close to the stage and the band. The interview was warm and exciting. I felt like I knew them and they laughed at all of my lame jokes. All and all, they’re great guys and their music rocks.

TMTF brings down the house at the Audiotree Showcase.
TMTF brings down the house at the Audiotree Showcase.

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