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MARS BLOSSOM

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM MARS BLOSSOM

Next week marks the month anniversary of Mars Blossom’s debut single Come And Haunt Me. The Manchester-based queer artist flourished just this year and has already begun circulating the local scene.

Come And Haunt Me is a captivating track, boasting slow-burning instrumentals and ethereal vocals that represent who Mars Blossom is as an artist; lightweight, floating around in their own atmosphere.

It begins with soft drums beneath a lightly overdriven guitar riff. Synths shimmer in the background, adding a surreal depth as reverberated backing vocals begin to rise. The riff drops to make way for Mars Blossom’s mains vocals which carry stark influential notes from the Cranberries and Dido.

As the song develops, its trance-inducing characteristics shine through in the form of layered guitars, fluttering sonic textures, and darkly poetic lyrics that contrast the dreamy sound. It truly captures that dream pop feeling which dominated the ‘80s, uninspiring but easy to listen to, and perfect to let your mind float away with.

This debut single has attracted 145 monthly listeners for Mars Blossom, all invested and eager to hear more. Help keep up the momentum by streaming Come And Haunt Me now, available on all platforms.

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