MARINA ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM ‘ANCIENT DREAMS IN A MODERN LAND’ / RELEASES NEW TRACK ‘PURGE THE POISON’

Neon Gold/Atlantic recording artist, MARINA, has returned with ‘Purge The Poison’, available now via all DSPs and streaming services, HERE. The track is joined by an official music video, directed by Weird Life Films and streaming now, HERE. ‘Purge The Poison’ heralds MARINA’s eagerly anticipated fifth studio album, ‘ANCIENT DREAMS IN A MODERN LAND’, released on Friday, June 11. Pre-orders are available now, HERE.

‘ANCIENT DREAMS IN A MODERN LAND’ marks MARINA’s first full-length release since 2019’s ‘LOVE + FEAR’. The self-penned new album also sees her co-producing six tracks alongside songwriter/producer, James Flanigan (Dua Lipa, Carly Rae Jepsen, Hayley Kiyoko), and GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer/multi-instrumentalist, Jennifer Decilveo (Andra Day, Bat For Lashes, Hinds).

‘ANCIENT DREAMS IN A MODERN LAND’ includes previously released track, ‘Man’s World’, written by MARINA in reaction to the startling statistics that only two percent of producers and three percent of engineers across popular music are women. The song was produced Decilveo, with co-production from MARINA and engineering by Emily Lazar (Sia, Clairo, Haim), the first-ever female GRAMMY® Award-winner for “Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical”. In addition, the track’s companion video and photography was helmed by an all-female creative team, led by acclaimed filmmaker/photographers Alexandra Gavillet and Coughs.

‘ANCIENT DREAMS IN A MODERN LAND’ TRACKLIST

  1. Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land
  2. Venus Fly Trap
  3. Man’s World
  4. Purge The Poison
  5. Highly Emotional People
  6. New America
  7. Pandora’s Box
  8. I Love You But I Love Me More
  9. Flowers
  10. Goodbye

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