What a return. Marq Electronica sweeps us off our feet with his newest single ‘Bad Bones’ and it’s accompanying video.
Black and white graphics with a burst of colour here and there, words including ‘Money’ and ‘Propaganda’ appearing, this video and song has a political message at its core and voices the frustration of the artist.
‘Bad Bones’ calls to mind the likes of Massive Attack and Depeche Mode. The experimental electronic production of the former is present, as is the funk-leaning, synthpop melodies of the latter.
Marq comments: “Bad Bones is my reaction, my dissatisfaction and frustration at the political landscape what I see as the smiling faces and the double talk of those in power.”
The track is produced and mixed by the award-winning Simon Ellis (Spice Girls, Britney Spears, Westlife, S Club 7, East 17). Showcasing the ability of Marq Electronica to defy genre and to deliver poingnant themes with each and every release, ‘Bad Bones’ is a real gem.