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new track from a relatively new group: “Wasted” – Marian Hill

okay, so first off a little about Marian Hill. the electronic/pop/alternative/other cliche genre names for “i don’t quite know what to call them” duo consists of Jeremy Lloyd (production and writing) and Samantha Gongol (vocals and writing). the two are from Philadelphia, and have strong ties to Brooklyn. the two have a purely platonic history together; they’re 24 years old, and have been friends since 7th grade. even so, Marian Hill just started making music together last year.

and, they blew up. they were mentioned in Huffington Post’s 25 Artist’s You Need to Start Listening to in 2015, as well as having the top spot on HypeMachine for “Most Popular Tracks on Blogs Now” back in November.

their music is cool/interesting to me, because its got a bit of a blues/jazz influence, while having a some R&B-sounding vocals, electronic beats, a lot of clapping, and a fair amount of catchy repetition.  i got addicted to their music after listening to my *current* fave song by them, “Got It”, which i’ve provided for your listening pleasure: 

anyways, back to the reason for this post: the two just released a new song, called “Wasted”. it was released exclusively to Interview, so click here to listen.

i really like this song already. to be completely honest, I’ve had it on repeat for the past hour or so. her voice is sweet but seductive; the beat is heavy at times, and at other times minimal. the lyrics are dope. “You would make my dreams come true/ I’ve already got em” … “Now you’re tripping over me/ I’m not here to hold you”. it’s definitely worth a listen.

however, WARNING: you might fall in love with their music. this is encouraged. if this is the case, keep your eye out for their EP coming out next week, Sway, and check out the stuff they already have out on bandcamp and soundcloud

just in case you really catch the Marian Hill fever, here’s their  facebook and  twitter. (10/10, would recommend catching)

xoxoxo

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-gnovs