Norway four-piece Making Marks perform a live studio session of their song 'Bruises' at Six Foot Over Recording Studios in Oslo. The song features on their upcoming debut album 'A Thousand Half-Truths' due out on Fika Recordings on February 3rd 2014.
The track looks to be performed as effortlessly as it sounds, with an immediate warm cheerfulness clear from the onset. The flawless melodic layers of keyboard and guitar sounds give it a density and it's obvious a lot of skill has gone into the track's production. It certainly does put you in the mood for a good time with the use of drums and cymbals giving it a summery reggae twang.
The band; who are keyboardist/vocalist Nina Bø, guitarist/vocalist Ola Innset, bassist Marie Sneve and drummer Jørgen Nordby; were previously part of My Little Pony but, dissatisfied, they dropped the project and re-connected under a new moniker, naming themselves after their last MLP album, 'Making Marks'.
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