Dylan Cox Shares New Single ‘Flying Martha’

American indie-folk singer and songwriter Dylan Cox has just shared his brand new single Flying Martha, the latest single to be taken from his brand new EP, A Place To Meet, out now! 
I love Dylan Cox's distinctive tone and how his expressive vocal delivery instantly captures my attention from start to finish. This song was written during the beginning of the pandemic to Marsha, the woman who adopted Dylan at the age of 16. This is a song about love and loss and is beautifully wrapped around a memorable indie/chamber-pop production packed with intricate guitar riffs nicely paired with subtle percussion, delicate piano keys, lush atmospherics and bird-chirping sounds that create an overall warm and intimate atmosphere perfect for an introspective day home alone. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Dylan Cox said,
I wrote this song to Marsha, the woman who became my legal guardian and adopted me at the age of 16. I wrote it during the beginning of the pandemic, far away from her in France . Despite having stage 4 lung cancer she worked throughout the crisis at her family-owned medical clinic, providing cheap health care to the mostly latino and undocumented community around Santa Ana in California. Part of my debut album, this song thematically relates to the others in its research for a musical language that can bridge impossible distances of love and loss.