With their highly-anticipated debut album now exactly one month away, Marsicans have shared the final cut before the release of their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Someone Else's Touch' follows on from a flurry of previously unveiled tracks including 'These Days', 'Summery In Angus', 'Sunday', 'Juliet' and 'Can I Stay Here Forever (pt. II)', all of which will feature on their debut LP 'Ursa Major', which is due out on the 14th August via Killing Moon Records.
Speaking about their new offering, bassist/vocalist Rob Brander said, "After a few years on a hard drive, some fresh perspective, and some crystallizing lyrical additions, we came back to that demo with renewed excitement. Much of the original version still exists within the song, but a magical evening at Rockfield Studios last summer saw the finishing touches to the musical landscaping. Our producer, Mickey Dale, and I came together after a few beers to become a kind of Bradford-Bon Iver for the evening, followed by the only tears of the album sessions as James delivered a beautiful vocal in a darkened corner of the legendary studio. It's a moment, and an evening that we will always remember very fondly, and we are incredibly proud of 'Someone Else's Touch' as a song, and a marker of our perseverance as a band."
Watch the new video for 'Someone Else's Touch' in the player below.