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Brisbane rockers These Four Walls have busted down the walls and the final few weeks of 2022 via an anthemic new single Marigold.
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Marking the quartet’s first new single in over a year and a half, Marigold finds the Brissie bunch packing a thunderous punch, complete with barbed riffage, throbbing drumwork, and significantly polished vocals.
Following up These Four Wall’s previous release, the 2021 Queensland Music Award-winning track White Lies, Marigold powers through its oscillating emotive ambience and sharper edges with the group’s love for melodics placed firmly in the foreground.
Marigold powers through its oscillating emotive ambience and sharper edges with the group’s love for melodics placed firmly in the foreground.
Also brandishing a memorable breakdown, stellar production courtesy of Luke Palmer, and mastering by Leon Zervis, Marigold also comes complete with an accompanying music video, the band’s first in four years, showcasing the These Four Walls throwing down amongst interspersed stock footage and grainy effects. Closing out 2022 in firm fashion with this latest single, undoubtedly the These Four Walls story will only flourish and continue to blossom into 2023 and beyond.
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