Blackwood four-piece indie rockers Super Marine release their debut single ‘Decadent Flowers’ today (October 4, 2019).
Entertainment South Wales reviewer Andy Howells says
“Decadent Flowers is feelgood pop-rock recalling the catchier moments of Foo Fighters but with the Welsh grit and earth that also defines fellow countrymen Stereophonics and Feeder.
“It’s a blinder of a debut release and demonstrates these are very exciting times for home-grown music in Wales!”
Earlier this year, Super Marine started working with notable music producer Rich Jackson (Pretty Vicious, Future of the Left, SFA) and are currently working with the Forté Project cutting their teeth in the studio perfecting their sound.
To coincide with the release of Decadent Flowers the band are out on the road performing several dates including a hometown single launch at the Blackwood Miners’ Institute on October 5 and a slot at Swn festival in Cardiff on October 19.
Super Marine say:
“We’re extremely happy with how this track turned out and can’t wait for people to hear it. Working with Rich Jackson was fantastic, he really helped us bring this song to life. We’re excited to get out there and play this track at our upcoming shows.”
Catch Super Marine at the following venues in the coming weeks:
Blackwood Miners’ Institute (single launch) – 5th October
Hardies Merthyr – 13th October
Swn Festival – 19th October
Fuel Rock Club, Cardiff – 27th October
Hangar 18 – Swansea – 8th November
McCann’s Newport – 22nd November
The Patriot, Crumlin – 29th November
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