KIND WORDS from kind people reviewing Arms Of Another:


"Celebratory and fulfilling..."
It's All Indie


"Muggy pop heat and plucky indie rock The 1975 and Two Door Cinema Club rolled into one."
I Heart Moosiq

"A snappy slice of sun-kissed indie pop, bursting with shimmering guitars and a wickedly sing-along chorus."
Bang The Drum Magazine


"Marsicas mesh their infectious songwriting with an upbeat sound similar to the likes of Foals, and Circa Waves."

- CloseUp


"An infectious, make-you-want-to-dance-while-tugging-gently-on-the-heart-strings kind of track..."
Leeds Music Scene


"Catchy as hell, melody intensive, riding a crest of a wave classic indie guitar sound..."
Popped Music


"Deliciously fun, chock full of those...

 8 QUESTIONS they asked us, eight questions we answered. Thanks to US blog East of 8th for getting in touch. We've reproduced the Q&A below but you can read the full feature here.



Eo8:  Marsicans has an African-Congolese rhythmic kind of sound, how did you land on that sound/style?

MARSICANS:  Cale (Marsicans drummer, Matthew McHale) was part of a samba band in his younger days, so started to be inspired by percussion found in world music.  He brought it into the band as a suggestion.  This gelled nicely with singer James’ love for the guitar work of the South African musicians on Paul Simon’s Graceland, one of his faves.

Eo8:  You have a brand new single, “Gone In A Second,” that came out this month.  Can you talk about the ins...

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