Track of the day #489: Marsicans – Your Eyes

Spending the first part of the year making waves across Europe supporting Minnesota’s Hippo Campus, Leeds indie band Marsicans have returned with their latest single ‘Your Eyes‘. The track is a euphoric take on the feeling of being left behind whilst everyone else is moving forward with their lives. ‘Your Eyes’ blends powerful indie-rock with super-catchy riffs and clever lyrics.

Speaking of the track, Marsicans bassist/vocalist Rob Brander has said: “‘Your Eyes’ is a song about a particular time in my life when I felt I was being left behind by those around me. Everyone I had grown up with was making these big “life” decisions and overarching plans for the future, whilst I was still treading water. I wondered what they might think of me, or whether they were secretly feeling unsure of themselves but putting up a front. I think it’s impossible not to judge ourselves by the successes of our peers.”

Marsicans are heading out on a headline UK tour in April and they will be playing the following dates:

2nd April – Rough Trade, Bristol
3rd April – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
4th April – Joiners, Southampton
5th April – Dingwalls, London
6th April – Academy 3, Manchester
11th April – Stereo, Glasgow
12th April – Think Tank, Newcastle
13th April – Rock City Basement, Nottingham

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