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Marshall Harner Reveals Phenomenal New Single “Weather”

Rising singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Marshall Harner has returned with his brand-new single, “Weather”, featuring Ben Tsakopulos. The self-produced track is the first single taken from new album When The Night Was Just The Time When We Could Fall Asleep (out 28th January). Hailing from Gaithersburg, Maryland, Marshall has been steadily building his fanbase with a string of well-received releases over the past two years, such as last year’s Daydream, and “Weather” looks set to continue his momentum and kickstart what promises to be an exciting year for him.

Stirring elements of R&B and hip-hop, Marshall showcases his full range of talents on “Weather”, with the track highlighting the versatility and different textures to his vocals. His polished production skills are also on full display, with the track’s head-nodding hip-hop production sure to be a hit with listeners. Enhanced further by Marshall’s candid songwriting and knack for infectious melodies, “Weather” has endless replay value and all the right ingredients to be another success.

Speaking further on the release, Marshall says, “‘Weather’ is a song about the end of a good thing. I wrote it with Ben Tsakopulos, and the track covers our shared past experiences with losing someone close to us. I created the instrumental for the track during a studio session with Ben, and over the next few weeks, we perfected the harmonies for the chorus, recorded our verses and mixed and mastered the track together.”

A huge talent at the top of his game who can do it all and is involved in all aspects of his artistry from singing, songwriting and producing to mixing and mastering, it’s clear Marshall Harner is a special talent. With no signs of slowing down anytime soon and a busy year ahead with the release of his new album, Marshall will surely be one to watch out for in 2022.

“Weather” is available to buy/stream now on all platforms.

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