Marvin Powell Drops New Single "Salt"

Marvin Powell, the latest signing to Skeleton Key Records, has unveiled his brand new single Salt. This is the title track of his debut EP, Salt, set to arrive on Marc 20th! It is such a smooth tune guys. Loving that acoustic guitar! If you're a fan of indie/folk then you'll love this one! Check it out below!



His music has been described as “folk with something behind the eyes” and the depiction couldn'’t be more apt for the young Liverpudlian, who cites Neil Young, Simon and Garfunkel and Joni Mitchell as influences. His songs capture the same fragile, spider web beauty and emotional resonance of those by Tim Hardin and Bert Jansch, but such is the compelling nature of his eloquent tales, his work is cast in its own image.

Powell’'s music is by turns romantic, cynical and haunted, with lyrics that are borne from an old soul writing from a modern urban perspective. Take ‘Buried’, a song so insidiously affecting and charged with dark, inward melancholia it could send a shiver down the spine of the most hardened Nick Drake fan.

From the working class suburb of Wavertree, Powell has been performing since the age of 16, honing his craft on the city’s abundant open mic night scene where always performed his own songs, refusing to play covers, not wishing to be another jangly Dylan wannabe. A song he put up on Soundcloud last year received national airplay on both Radio 1 and BBC 6Music, and since then his star has been steadily on the ascent. He has supported The Sundowners and The Troubadours, appeared at Sound City and Threshold music festivals, and following a personal invitation by She Drew the Gun, Marvin will support them on their forthcoming UK national tour


Track Listing:
1.Salt
2.Buried
3.China Town
4.Song For The Reaper

Salt EP Release details:
Artist: Marvin Powell EP Release date: March 20
Label: Skeleton Key Catalogue Number: SKLD047 Format: DL/ Stream.

On tour with She Drew The Gun, March 2017
Fri 24 London, Oslo
Sat 25 Liverpool, Central Library
Sun 26 Newcastle, The Cluny
Tue 28 Bath, Komedia Arts Café
Wed 29 Bristol, The Exchange
Thu 30 Manchester, The Deaf Institute
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