The best place to purchase a digital copy is through the official Bandcamp page at http://hellomoth.bandcamp.com. You’ll get high resolution artwork, your choice of audio file type, and (in the case of mp3s) lyrics embedded in the ID3 tags so you can follow along on compatible mp3 players. Slave in a Stone is also available on other major online music sellers including iTunes and Amazon.com, and all streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play.
Hard copies can be ordered online through CD Baby (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/hellomoth2), and will also be available at all future Hello Moth events.
With “Slave in a Stone,” Hello Moth expands upon the extremes of his sound. From alt-pop anthems to dark cinematic monoliths, tribal punk techno to dollhouse rap ballads, the album displays an eclectic range of songwriting and production styles. Duality abounds both sonically and textually as organic sounds hold hands with glitchy electronics, and a subtle thematic undercurrent of religion and violence swirls throughout the work. Self-released. Full track list here.