Rise Rock n’ Shine: MARNEY + High Shores

By | March 5, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Music is an important part of a balanced breakfast.

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: We’re only at the beginning of MARNEY’s career and it already sounds so good. The duo has just released their first single and announced a forthcoming EP called Feelings.

What: Their impressive debut “Conversations”.

Why: Stomp along, clap to the beat, and whatever you do, don’t forget to groove. Every day is better when you start with a sultry alt-pop beat like “Conversations” that makes you feel much more confident than you were a few minutes ago.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find MARNEY on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

“‘Conversations’ is a song that we wrote about the struggle that can sometimes come with our inner voices and anxieties.  It’s really easy to get swept up into societal expectations and how you want others to perceive you. The constant battle between you and your thoughts can really make you feel crazy.  The point of the song is to really express how important it is to just be yourself and not let the pressure of the world around you change that.” – MARNEY

Who: High Shores is a pop-rock band built on friendship. From North Carolina, the act has new releases on the horizon and all the talent to ensure you’ll be dancing along to every one of ’em.

What: Forgiveness is important to move on and the act’s new single “Ready To Fall” is here to remind us.

Why: Dropping emotional baggage isn’t easy but it seems like sun shines just a little brighter afterwards. “Ready To Fall” bundles that feeling up in a tune. If you’re due for a really good day, kick it off with this track.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find High Shores on Facebook and Instagram.

“Hi everyone, we’re High Shores and you’re about to hear our new single, ‘Ready to Fall!’ This song is about being able to forgive and move on. During the writing process, all of us really connected with this song, and we hope it connects with you all as well! And if it does, you can find it on all major streaming platforms.”
– High Shores