Following the brilliant and provocative single, 'Man's World', from late last year, MARINA is back with another stunning track, 'Purge The Poison'. With the promise of a brand new album, 'ANCIENT DREAMS IN A MODERN LAND', due out on June 11th, 2021 looks set to be a bumper year for the welsh singer-songwriter.
MARINA's fifth studio album follows on from her 2019 record 'Love + Fear' and is a ten track album that contains both of her last two single releases as well as the title track and 'I Love You But I Love Me More'.
The new single from MARINA continues to expand on a thread that she began on 'Man's World'. There MARINA sang "Mother Nature's dying, no one's keeping score" and here on 'Purge The Poison' she says that "The chorus is sung from the perspective of Mother Nature/ the Earth." Similarities with the lyrical content of both tracks continue on as she sings, "2007, when size zero was the rage, Britney shaved her head and all we did was call her crazed, Harvey Weinstein’s gone to jail, #metoo helped us to unveil, Truth and all its glory, The ending of a story."
MARINA called out the Sultan Of Brunei on her last track for his use of Sharia law against homosexuals and here she's clearly wanting to talk about the need to save the Earth and it's inhabitants from all aspects of modern living in the recent past.
In the video for 'Purge The Poison' MARINA treats us to another visual spectacle in a vibrant video that captures the urgency and immediacy of her latest release. She's also not taking things too seriously as the first review of comments has delivered , "*another communist twerking*, *poisonously twerking*, *endangered twerking*, *witchy twerking*" as a selection of Marina's "Best YouTube comments so far!" Who doesn't like a little "witchy twerking"?
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