Indie five-piece MARLOW have released their brand new track ‘Blame It’. The fabulous single is now available to listen to on Spotify!
MARLOW have proved themselves popular in the music business, with frequent support from BBC Introducing and have performed in their popular Sussex Live Lounge sessions. Impressively, the band have also had the pleasure of supporting Mallory Knox and Scouting For Girls.
Based in Eastbourne of East Sussex, MARLOW is comprised of Freddie on vocals, Joe on guitar, Seb on bass, Archie on synth and Liam on drums. With their own spin on the Indie genre with a modern approach, the band have amassed quite the fan base. With a hint of mystique, the music that MARLOW create is straight from the heart.
The foot-tapping beat will have you hooked from the start, and the influences previously mentioned are hinted at throughout. The chorus finds Freddie listing a numerous amount of excuses a person can tell you, but the worst would be to ‘Blame It On Me’. The track explains the lack of communication within relationships, and how responsibility can be avoided by placing blame on someone or something else.
When discussing the song, Joe said:
“I guess you could say the track has a sort of feel-good melancholy and embraces a juxtaposition of emotions and feelings… We really enjoy instilling a sensation of nostalgia.”
With a wide range of influences, their sound is created with a hint of love from artists such as Oasis, The Strokes, Tame Impala and The Vaccines. Combining manic and euphoric energies, ‘Blame It’ is really a track for many playlists.
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