MARLANA – ” So Bad “

Posted: November 8, 2019 in MUSIC
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For nearly a decade, Marlana Sheetz has been a core member of L.A. indie-pop band Milo Greene. Today she unveiled the first single from her mononymous solo project Marlana.

“So Bad” is a moody torch song that on the surface is a typical Los Angeles girl-meets-boy story but, the songwriter says, “more accurately represents my relationship with the music business as a whole. It’s unclear whether it’s loved or loathed.” It’s sensual and haunting and notable most for Marlana’s vocals: They’re wraparound.

Director Nicolas Harvard’s video for the song adds a whole new dimension to “So Bad” — Marlana has a certain fixation, which she finally acts on one night in Chinatown. We won’t spoil the ending.

Today I did something that terrifies me. I released a song by myself. As my Milo Greene family, you have changed my life over the years. Thank you for showing up to the shows and listening to the records. Because of you, it gave me the courage to do something like this.
Not every song I write makes a Milo Greene album, but I still have a strong desire to share whats going on inside my head creatively. Here is a song that didn’t make the cut, but now has a life of its own. I hope you enjoy ‘So Bad’, a song about my relationship with the music industry. This video is an ode to Los Angeles and my fascination with death. It took a million favors to pull this off, but I think it was worth it. I hope you guys join me on this adventure. More to come. Thank you for the support! – Marlana

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