Marc Baker Teams Up With Miami Horror’s Ben Plant On New Song ‘Common People’

Originally from Melbourne, Australia, but now living in Los Angeles, California, Electro pop singer Marc Baker, is set to release his new single, ‘Common People’, through Tragic Fashion. The track is from his upcoming self-titled EP, and is the follow up to his hit single, ‘No Place I’d Rather Be’ from last year. ‘Common People’ will be released through all digital media on May 25.

For the last three years Marc has been recording and touring throughout North America, after having spent nine years collaborating and performing alongside some of the biggest names in the music industry, including The Big Pink, Miami Horror, and Big Black Delta.

Marc’s debut EP has been produced by Ben Plant, the frontman of Miami Horror. The lead single from the EP, ‘No Place I’d Rather Be’, received critical acclaim from media and fans alike on its release. The follow up track, ‘Common People’ is set to become another great success for Baker.

Marc’s EP is out on June 22, and live dates throughout North American will be expected to be conformed later this year. Further information will be found on his official website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.

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