Following his awesome single “The Wolf is at the Door,” Brisbane based virtuoso Daryl James has backed up his promising debut with “Moth to the Flame,” in the lead up to his sophomore album Insofar.

Daryl James describesMoth to the Flame” as “being hooked on doing things that we know are bad for us in the long run, but continuing to do them anyway, returning again and again, like a moth to a flame. What is the real cost of buying into all the distractions of modern life?” This poignant theme is explored through a fresh mixture of blues, shredding rock and acoustic brilliance. His vocals, gritty and coarse, add to the themes of struggle in humanity, and the step up from verse to chorus, with a piercing guitar, enraptures the listener.

The music video is personal and sharp, showcasing his rare, beautifully gruff vocal abilities. Mixing a live performance with shots of beautiful scenery, it’s a passionate clip that explores everything from introverted contemplation to wild untamed dance. As a beautiful blend of intricate finger picking and body percussion, Daryl James and “Moth to the Flame” truly delivers.

March 22nd | The Bearded Lady | Brisbane, QLD
March 24th | Sol Bar | Sunshine Coast, QLD
March 31st | Queens Arms | Roma, QLD
April 6th | Flutterbucks Pizza | Tyalgum, NSW
April 7th | Chinderah Tavern | Chinderah, NSW
April 12th | Tapp Bar | Port Maquarie, NSW
May 5th | Foghorn Brewhouse | Central Coast, NSW
May 11th | Element Bar | Coffs Harbour, NSW
May 12th | 5 Church Street | Bellingen, NSW
May 17th, 18th, 20th | Blues on Broadbeach | Gold Coast, QLD
April 14th Tapp Bar| Port Maquarie, NSW
April 19th | Stag and Hunter | Newcastle, NSW
June 1-3rd Something to Smile About Festival, Doncaster , UK
June 29, 30th  | Roystonbury Festival | Leicestershire, UK
July 6-8th | Sark Summer Festival | Isle of Sark, UK