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Saint Mars has released their new uplifting genre fusion anthem, a song titled titled ‘Pacific State’ via AntiFragile Music. The group consists of the unique collaboration of fifteen-year-old lead singer and Adele ‘Hello’ cover star Tryzdin, manager Marc Darcange and the founder, Massive Attack guitarist Angelo Bruschini. Special guests featured in the group so far include Brent Paschke (N.E.R.D., Pharrell Williams) and Robert Brian (Siouxsie, Goldfrapp, Simple Minds). ‘Pacific State’ features the rapping skills of Jethro “Alonestar” Sheeran.
Saint Mars say, “With “Pacific State”, we wanted to fuse pop and trip-hop with obsessive tribal beats and draw a line between Massive Attack, Empire of the Sun and Tears for Fears. The song takes you back to the glorious magic of the 80’s… “Pacific State” delivers a message of hope, carried by the ongoing faith in a better world after a tragic fall, and the necessary perseverance in adversity.”
Indie Music talks about the new Saint Mars single, “Saint Mars transfer a message of hope in their new song ‘Pacific State…’.” they add on. “Saint Mars create magic in their new song ‘Pacific State’ by throwing genre normalities out of the window, creating a quirky and harmonious flow in their new song.”
‘Pacific State’ wants the listener to fight for a brighter tomorrow, with its charming spirit in the vocals, rapping, and instrumentals.
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