SINGLE REVIEWS - THROW OURSELVES IN
WE'RE BLOWN AWAY by the response so far to Throw Ourselves In - the biggest to date from fans, radio, streaming services, and reviewers. We were number 3 on Hype Machine's Most Blogged Artists the week after release so THANK YOU to all of you for listening and supporting new music. 🎈
Below is a selection of very, very nice comments...
With upbeat indie stylings and infectiously good songs, Marsicans are mastering the art of making banging indie-pop tunes.
Noisy, infectious, and impossible not to dance to.
Kicking it up a notch, Marsicans skillfully strike a balance between indie-alt-pop with a gritty, modern rock sound.
A robust romp through the tail-end of Britpop.
Their grungiest track to date...filled with high energy guitar and a chorus that you can’t help but sing along to.
With James Newbigging's recognisable voice and their unfaltering harmonies, Marsicans' upward trajectory shows no sign of letting up.
Full, friendly, faux aggressive indie rock with a retro New Wave chorus and a Kooks-like bridge.
A track that rips straight in to the brain.
Insanely catchy melodies, big guitars, impeccable song structure with some ’00s pop-punk yells thrown into their peppy indie-guitar-rock for good measure.
A joyously anthemic fist-pumper.
Harder and slightly more rough-around-the-edges...another absolute peach.
Liberal use of scuzz and cymbals accompany the ever-present joyful hooks and harmonies.
A live favourite and probably their grungiest yet.
Beautifully harmonised, head bopper of a tune.
A soundscape both joyful and sharp.
A high octane rush from beginning to end.
A power punch of alternative energy that stands out among the flacid, run-of-the-mill sounds of the current indie scene.
Marsicans doing what they do best – crowd-pleasing, gig-ready anthems with clever instrumentalism.
Reminiscent of The Maccabees’ Wall of Arms on a diet of grunge and multi-part harmonies.