After the release of her debut single, ‘Crossfire’, London-based musician, Marna, is teasing her forthcoming EP with a string of singles to be released in the next few months. ‘Crossfire’, the first single that Marna released, was the product of a collaboration between herself and producer JKP: a collaboration that will continue throughout the end of 2017 and into the new year with the upcoming singles.
With vocals that reminisce of the likes of London Grammar and Birdy, Marna’s most recent single, ‘Pure Gold’, swims in a pool of sentiment. The emotive, electric-pop track depicts the tale of a dysfunctional relationship with conflicting emotions. Marna states that the track is, “That kind of ‘If you hit me, I’ll hit you back harder’ sentiment. Like, when you know you’re being immature and irrational but everything’s so intense at the time that, you just want to flip some tables and smash shit up.” As well as her angelic vocals, the electronic notes of the track draw on Marna’s prominent influence from James Blake, adding to the darker disposition of the song.
The singer-songwriter has also recently taken to Facebook in a plea to write about some of her fan’s experiences. Although there is no definite release date for her debut EP, Marna insists, “I do have another single in the pipeline which I’m hoping to release before Christmas. The next single is the best one so far in my opinion, so I’m really excited to release it!”
Check out Marna’s recently single ‘Pure Gold’ here: