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Off The Record – EP Focus – Hurl, Marcelo Deiss

Have you ever wanted To listen to a new band or musician and not sure where to start? Well, instead of listening to their commercial music, why not start with something off the album first!  Today we look at the brand new EP by Marcelo Deiss – Hurl


ONE
This is the opening track of this EP and it has this bold electronic sound with the guitars that create a sort of uplifting vibe. Marcelo’s voice intertwines really well with the uplifting track and the lyrics are a mix of Portuguese and English which creates this really catch vibe. The song is a strong mix of rock, indie and a hint of folk and is  a fantastic track to kick off the album with.


JuVenTuDe

This song starts with a lovely little guitar melody that is calming and has a smoother then the song above. The lyrics mention lazy Sundays and this is a song you can imagine listening to whilst chilling out as it has an acoustic sound to it that is relaxing. The song is only the third track on the EP but it is a nice way to ease into the songs.


Chiba City Scene

Any song that have the name of a city and the word scene you expect to paint a picture with the music of this place and that is exactly what this track does. The strings at the beginning create this ambient painting in your head of the world you are being taken into. It is a song with a lot of complex sounds which create this world In your head, very clever.


Hurl

The title track is the last song on the EP and yet again it has its own unique sound. If you are a fan of Oasis then you will like this track as it has essences of Britpop mixed with modern Indie. It has catchy guitar riffs that make you believe it will be a very fun track to see live.

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