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Marketplace have debuted their new single, 'Hard 2 Love'

The Hartlepool newcomers reflect on growing up.
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Published: 2:30 pm, April 09, 2020 Photos: Connor Vettas-Young.
Marketplace have debuted their new single, 'Hard 2 Love'

Hartlepool newcomers Marketplace have debuted their new single, 'Hard 2 Love'.

Out 'properly' from Sunday, 12th April, it's a pretty dark indie pop bop that's concerned with the trials that come with growing up, frontman Joel O'Beirne explains.

"It's about the struggle of falling out of love with people because you're getting older and changing and so are they. As well as this, it's also about finding it hard to love yourself and how that affects you and life around you and trying to accept that change."

The five-piece are currently working on new material, with more singles due over the summer. In the meantime, give 'Hard 2 Love' a listen below.

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