Long Island’s Marcaux brings his latest single “Harm”

Genre-hip-hop/indie/Pop/alternative artist from Long Island, New York, Marcaux new single “Harm” is out now and the music video is featured exclusively on The FaderThe video was shot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn by Alexa San Roman (Now, Now/Sainte).

Marcuax says, “The lyrics were originally on a different beat. And I loved the lyrics, but the beat was sh*t. When I started producing what would eventually be the final beat. I didn’t have any lyrics in mind. The songs for the EP were pretty much decided too. But I started sending the voice note around to my manager, my engineer, friends, etc. and I didnt really have a choice but to make it the single with the feedback. Everyone needs a ‘Flex’ record, even on a sad boy EP. and when you cant get in touch with Pharrell, sometimes you gotta take matters into your own hands.”

His new EPCedar Creek will be coming out later this year and will have some new tour dates to announce as well. 

Marcaux is basically an R-Rated version of Jon Bellion or Twenty One Pilots. Blending hip-hop, alternative and pop . Marcaux isn’t afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve and tell his story. The upcoming Cedar Creek tells his stories of Love, Loss, self doubt, substance abuse, as well as a look back at his past and his childhood through nostalgic eyes. Marcaux is know for his amazing and raw live show , where he brings a ton of energy and a punk rock ethos. Influences range from the Bad Brains to Eminem, which is what helps make Marcaux such a cool and unique act. “Harm” is the first track off his upcoming EP “Cedar Creek” . Harm being the sole “Flexing Record” on a project based off Nostalgia through real lyricism.

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