London based indie-pop vocalist, Marna has quickly established herself as one to watch with the 2017 release of JKP-produced single, ‘Crossfire. A talented lyricist drawing influences from the likes of Grimes and James Blake, Marna combines synth-heavy music with brooding lyrics to produce a haunting and emotive sound.
Having amassed over 250,000 plays on Spotify and with early projects gaining airplay on BBC Introducing, Marna now further cements her status as one of 2018’s most promising artists with the release of new single ‘Craving.’ Written in collaboration with neo-soul artist Moli, and reuniting with JKP, ‘Craving’ delivers a resolute new sound for Marna. With a minimalist pop aesthetic sewn together by rich harmonies and a steady beat, the track is a testament to Marna’s artistic abilities.
Speaking of the story behind the song, Marna says, “‘Craving’ is written about the decision to go with the head above the heart, knowing that what the heart wants isn’t always sensible, but going without it can leave you wanting more.”