PREMIERE: MARCY Streams New Album

Marcy is the brainchild of musician Ryan Tunney, who is breaking boundaries with his new release “Art / Entertainment,” which is available via Bandcamp today.

Bringing to life the well-rounded debut, Marcy takes cues from artists such as Bon Iver, Beirut, and Father John Misty. On the record we hear an artist that is steadily making his way through the musical world on his own terms.

With bold imagery and captivating lyricism, he brings us into his mind filled with melodic wonder. On the album he touches upon topics such as current society, religion, protests, technology, love and relationships; things that everyone can relate to. On songs such as “Blue Jeans,” his stripped down nature sets the tone for the EP with harmonious vocals and hypnotizing guitars. Each piece on the album stands warmly on their own, while creating a well-rounded release that will grab your attention with every listen.

Bound to be one of the standout releases of the Summer, Marcy is on the way to becoming a household name.

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