M@Rly T announces the release of debut single ‘Come a Little Closer’

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Come a little closer

Brisbane, Queensland Oct 26, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – M@Rly T is thrilled to announce the release of the debut single Come a Little Closer”, available on all streaming platforms on November 11th.

“I am so excited about this release as it was born out of the uncertainty we all experienced over the past two years. Writing and producing this song helped me get through this long period where my family was split up because of the pandemic”, said M@Rly T.

The artist went on to say that “this single will be part of an album scheduled to be released in 2022.”

“M@Rly T is one of the great up-and-coming producers combining melodic pop music with urban elements. Definitely a talent to watch out for and follow!” Martin Merenyi, multiple Gold and Platinum record Mixing and Mastering Engineer, London, England

“M@Rly T has a musical ear and a creative intuition resulting in music that makes you feel and groove at the same time.” Dylan Pines, Nashville-bred multi-instrumentalist and producer

About M@Rly T

The music of M@Rly T is a blend of genres, ranging from rock to electronic pop, including RnB elements and afro-rhythms. Having grown up in Europe and relocated to Australia as a young adult, M@Rly T experienced a variety of styles of music. She played in several bands as a bassist before deciding that producing her own music is really what she wants to do. After battling breast cancer resulting in having to give up her regular profession, the road was clear to just focus on her music.

Listen: Come a Little Closer

Watch: Lyric video

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Media Contact

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