American musician and producer Maggie Cocco fuses pop, art song, and balladry in this award winning song cycle for voice, piano, and cello.

Science for Sociopaths is an evocative theatrical art pop project delving deep into themes of systemic and interpersonal wounds and connection. “Like A Moth” is the first of two meticulously crafted song cycles that follow our heroine through the course of one or more tumultuous relationships, depending on how you listen. An accompanying booklet features artworks created at Science for Sociopaths shows from 2020-2023 where live performances often morphed into improvised multimedia experiments featuring local artists and audience participation. Partnership with Anzac Road Analog Recording in Whangarei, New Zealand in 2022 resulted in an 18 month journey to capture the essence of these unique performances. Joined by acclaimed cellist Bonnie Schwarz [UK] on cello, the duo perform Cocco’s songs, interlinked by key relationships, motif, and story, with nuance and sensitivity.

Like A Moth is Maggie Cocco’s first self produced and first analog album.