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MARINA, ‘Purge The Poison’ – Single Review

Words: Emily Harris | Published: April 22, 2021

Welsh alt-pop singer-songwriter MARINA gets bold with her new single, ‘Purge The Poison‘, which speaks about modern society in the truest sense.

An anthemic drum measure kicks off the gem ahead of a stadium-filling guitar riff and MARINA’s opening vocal. She does not hold back, and she gets straight down to business within the first second. Furthermore, MARINA explains how women are reforming and pushing through many obstacles of modern life.

The entire track is a direct aim at misogyny, racism and discrimination. As a result, MARINA’s narrative is poignant. Also, she leaves no room for ambiguity with her straight to the point wordplay hitting home. Additionally, her vocal tone seamlessly matches the track’s theme with her power pushing through the mix with vigour, and she smashes through every note with fearless prowess.

Powerful

Musically, the track is powerful with a colossal quality that is memorable. It has a punk rock flow from the start, with the drums hitting hard and the crunchy riffs giving the track extra edge. Likewise, the tempo is upbeat, and the energy rips through with might from start to finish.

Purge The Poision‘ is the follow up single to ‘Man’s World‘. It will be part of MARINA’s upcoming ‘Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land‘ album. The album is most likely going to be a political, environmental and society driven release, given the first two tracks to appear. Therefore, if you enjoy empowering releases, be sure to keep a close eye on the arrival, which will be later this year.

You can take a listen to ‘Purge The Poision‘ by MARINA below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this new release by commenting beneath this article. As always, we love to hear your feedback. So, do you think this is one of the best tracks from MARINA? Are you looking forward to her new album?

Emily Harris

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