FROM THE FORTHCOMING EP
FALLING INTO THAT LIFE
OUT 24TH NOVEMBER
Rising artist Harry Marshall has shared new single ‘Las Vegas’, the next track taken from his forthcoming EP, Falling into that Life, due to be released 24th November. ‘Las Vegas’ sees Marshall further dive into sultry synth-pop territory, truly cementing a signature sound. Jangly guitar riffs and a hook-driven chorus are set to make this a live favourite, the artist’s trademark tonality pairing perfectly with the sonic groove.
Of the track, Marshall said: “It’s a fictitious song about romance that goes above everything else. The love you have for that person will trump all laws and the toxicity of that relationship will perpetuate whatever scenario you find yourself in. It pays homage to romanticism and the idea of the aesthetic bands of 2012; The Neighbourhood, early-The 1975 and the movies that inspired some of their songs like one of my favourite movies ever, True Romance”
‘Las Vegas’ follows the September-released ‘Bones’, a confident portrayal of lust tinged with R’n’B sensibilities. Having mastered punk-rock social commentary with previous 2023 release, ‘Cost of Living’, and swaggering European alt-pop on prior single, ‘Je T’adore’, Marshall’s new era has him proving he’s more than just a one, or even two-trick pony. The tracks have been created with long-term collaborator Chad Schlosser (Fleetwood Mac, Cage The Elephant, 5 Seconds of Summer, The Kooks).
Describing his sound as “for anyone who loves to move”, Marshall cites the likes of The Neighbourhood, David Bowie, The 1975, The Sex Pistols and The Kooks as inspiration for his new music, but very much possesses a signature sound that can only be recognised as his own, equally saluting to pop and hip-hop champions such as Troye Sivan and Post Malone. His music has been well received by the likes of Gigwise, NOTION, whynow, HUNGER, Noctis Mag and Official Charts.
Marshall has been writing original music and performing on pub stages since age thirteen, and has been a popular regular on the Central London busking circuit for the past five years. Now a fully fledged recording and performing artist, Harry Marshall is a full band live experience. His consistent hustle for over a decade sees him a seasoned performer and a true showman; it’s all about being under the lights and in front of a crowd, whether it’s at a sold out OMEARA or The Grace, playing with a full orchestra, or at his Piccadilly Circus stomping ground – as long as there’s a mic and a guitar strap. In September, Harry Marshall took his new music, unreleased material plus fan favourites to London’s Bush Hall, where he headlined following May’s secret show in Central London.
The exciting new era is set to welcome more memorable live moments, and cement Harry Marshall as one to watch for 2024 and beyond.
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