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Marsicans have unveiled some stripped-back offerings, including recent single ‘Summery In Angus’

Recorded before lockdown, there’s also clips for ‘Juliet’, ‘Sunday’ and a Dua Lipa cover
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Published: 3:11 pm, May 20, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Marsicans have unveiled some stripped-back offerings, including recent single ‘Summery In Angus’

Marsicans have looked in their basket and found the goods - unveiling a string of stripped-back versions of tracks set to sit on their incoming debut album

Giving fresh spins to the likes of recent single ‘Summery In Angus’, ‘Juliet’ and ‘Sunday’ - the performances were shot before Lockdown all kicked on in (don’t fear, they are social distancing right now…)

Speaking about the sessions, Rob from the band said: "Over the course of a couple of evenings just before lockdown, we got together with our good friends at Sodium Films, and shot acoustic versions of songs from our debut album, Ursa Major. Many of these songs were written in one room with four instruments, and we thought it would be cool to strip away the usual production and present the songs in that way. We ate pizza, poked fun at one another, and played music next to carefully positioned plant pots. It was the last time we were all in the same room together.”

They’ve also unveiled a cover of Dua Lipa’s ‘Don’t Start Now’ - not too shabby chaps…

Check them all out below, Marsicans debut album ‘Ursa Major’ is set for release on August 14th

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