Play Mercury Lounge (NYC) on November 15th
WATCH & SHARE: Saint Marilyn – 360 VR In-Studio Performance
LISTEN & SHARE: Saint Marilyn – “Frustrate Me”
“It’s like you’re there, taking in that synthy goodness.” – All Things Go
“Though the song plays on the frustration of relationships, the finished product is quite the opposite; it’s expressive and emotive and emblazoned with its own alluring personality.” – EARMILK
Today, Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo Saint Marilyn shared, via All Things Go, an immersive 360-degree VR live in-studio performance of their song “Frustrate Me,” produced by Big Picture Company, the creators of OK GO’s “The Writing’s On The Wall” music video.
The band recently premiered their track “Frustrate Me” via EARMILK. The single marries hazy psych-pop synths, dub scattered drumbeats and spine-chilling vocals.
Vocalist/drummer Che Houston opened up to them about the track: “We wanted there to be an indecisive aspect to the way the synthesizers bend and move, to emulate the fluctuations of emotion in a personal conflict.”
After releasing their EP ‘Shoshone’ last year, the band flourished with a dancy high-energy live-show, integrating live drums and bass into their sound, and making rounds at popular New York venues. “Frustrate Me” comes ahead of a full-length release, set to come out in 2017.
They’ll play Mercury Lounge on November 15th, opening for Blank Spaces and Like Herding Cats.
11/15 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY