MARGOT – ” Walk With Me “

Posted: June 9, 2020 in MUSIC
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“Walk With Me” is a song about empathy, depression and the power of talking. All channelled by frontman Alex Hannaway’s pastel vocal hues and the searingly honest delivery.

The track works as a conversation between someone experiencing a depressive episode and another trying to understand. “It’s about listening, friendship, understanding, I’ve had experiences where friends, family members have been patient, they’ve been persistent and caring, and it’s this that has really helped me in my life”We’ve been using home karaoke sessions to blow off steam during the lockdown period. Often feeling confined, bored, angry, frustrated; the elation and release of belting out familiar songs in our living room felt cathartic. So it felt perfect for the video, capturing not only the isolation of lockdown but also the communal, spirited moments too.explains Hannaway.

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Our debut EP is out now. It’s been a long and enjoyable process and we’re over the moon to finally share ‘Margotzeko’ with you all!. Margot comprises of five friends who moved from the suburbs of south London to Peckham after finishing University. In two separate bands at the time, drunken nights out discussing the merits of a merger evolved into the first few rehearsals. It went well – Margot formed in 2018 and released a steady stream of singles across the year.

The band employ a DIY ethic, self-producing their recordings in their home studio. After ending 2019 supporting Swimming Tapes on their UK tour, the band released their debut EP and are set to support Dana Gavanski on her upcoming tour in March 2021.

Margot’s nuanced blend of dream-pop, neo-psychedelia and jangle-guitar create a propulsive, cruising feel.

Released June 9th, 2020

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