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Leeds indie-poppers Marsicans have dropped their new single, ‘Your Eyes’

The band head out on the road from 13th March.
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Published: 2:13 pm, February 26, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Leeds indie-poppers Marsicans have dropped their new single, ‘Your Eyes’

Marsicans have dropped a new single, ‘Your Eyes’.

Speaking about the track, bassist/vocalist Rob Brander says: "Your Eyes is a song about a particular time in my life when I felt I was being left behind by those around me.

“Everyone I had grown up with was making these big life decisions and overarching plans for the future, whilst I was still treading water. I wondered what they might think of me, or whether they were secretly feeling unsure of themselves but putting up a front. I think it’s impossible not to judge ourselves by the successes of our peers. 

"Musically, the song went through a few different forms before ending up where it is today. James had a riff and a chorus that inspired the song initially but neither actually ended up in the final version, despite even having been played live once or twice. We'll be playing this new version on our upcoming live dates."

The band head out on the road from 13th March, touring through April (pick up tickets here) then playing Live At Leeds and Neighbourhood Weekender in May. 

MARCH
13 Preston, Dark Room
21 Leeds, Jumbo Records in-store *free entry
22 Lincoln, Engine Shed
23 Nottingham Rough Trade in-store *free entry
23 Luton, The Edge

APRIL
02 Bristol, Rough Trade
03 Birmingham, Mama Roux's
04 Southampton, Joiners
05 London, Dingwalls
06 Manchester, Academy 3
11 Glasgow, Stereo
12 Newcastle, Think Tank
13 Nottingham, Rock City Basement

MAY
04 Live At Leeds
25 Neighbourhood Weekender

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