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Track by Track: MARCUS WHALE – LUCIFER (SELF RELEASE, 2020)

Words: James Frostick
Artist Image: Jarred Beeler
Cover art: Jack De Lacy

Last week, solo musician/composer/performance artist Marcus Whale officially released their second full-length record Lucifer, an album that explores the idea of devotion, a recontextualisation of religious rituals and repositioning the titular figure as a queer icon – something other than a malevolent force of evil. To help give better insight into the album’s conceptual foundations and execution, Marcus has offered up an in-depth track-by-track breakdown of Lucifer in its entirety. 

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Listen: MARCUS WHALE – ‘A GHOST’

Words: James Frostick
Artist image: Louise Dietz-Henderson

Following on from his solo debut Inland Sea and Collarbones’ 2019 effort Futurity, Marcus Whale returns with full-length album on the way. New single ‘A Ghost’ is a song about resurrections, new beginnings and the unshackling of chains that bind. It’s an ode to fallen angels – regrowing wings and taking flight once more as idols to the cast offs and disowned masses on the fringe of society.

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