Marian Mereba fans can rejoice with the visual product for the bass-laden single “September,” also now available on iTunes!
Honing a distinct sound combining soul, hip-hop and neo-folk elements, contemporary aficionados are sure to love what’s to come from Mereba on the forthcoming Radio Flyer LP, set to be released July 29, 2014.
Responsible for both guitar and keys in all of her songs, the multi-instrumentalist and talented Atlanta based musician has built a solid fan base since the release of Room for Living in February 2013. With hits like “Go to London” and “Blue for Mr. Green”, much is to be expected from the singer/songwriter on her upcoming project.
With co-production from Forte Bowie, Mereba’s “September” has an acoustic island jazz feel to it with clear guitar and drum vestiges. The song speaks of an ill-fated relationship between a Queen and a man unappreciative and unaware of who he’s courted to his own lonely fault.
Aside from being a sonically dope track, the Nate Edwards-directed visual for “September” is also cinematographically solid capturing a disappointed and ultimately jaded lover in motion after a Bonnie & Clyde-style robbery gone awry.
With intimate and refreshing personal lyrical portraits, live sequences, real instruments and an uncannily sultry delivery, the instrumentally authentic “September” showcases Mereba’s mystical voice and love of acoustics interchangeably.
The anthem-esque summer hit being as dope as it is, the 29th can’t get here fast enough.
Check out the sexy Marian Mereba in “September” and tell us what you think!