Forward-thinking Welsh electronic artist Marged cuts through the clamour with ‘Call From U’, her smooth return to the fold after adopting an updated moniker. Listen here

Rhodes style chords greet us as the track begins to carve out its sultry journey, offering an emotive layer of jazzy inflections to its already charming demeanour. The gently confident and rapturously seductive voice of Marged then breaks through the dusty understated R&B atmosphere. Her honeyed tones, provide an elegant platform for her starkly honest and real lyrical message. Marged explains: “I was a tired of the mainstream media telling me that feminism was about being independent and strong at all times. I wanted to write a song for us normal women who get sad about boys, who worry about their bank account and worry that they’re not good enough. There is strength in female vulnerability”

Sakima is behind the production that allows Marged to display her phenomenal vocal range, from gentle whispers to climactic harmonies. His signature style of glossy pop and bass heavy trap, conjures a perfect partnership between Marged’s voice and the beat – an ability that has garnered support in the past from BillboardPigeons and Planes, Stereogum, The 405 and THUMP.

‘Call From U’ is a liberating piece of self-reflective pop, that offers a refreshing insight into an artist’s sociopolitical passions. With her musical mandate clearly set out, Marged has commenced her journey into the limelight with exceptional style and fashion.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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