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Spotify Showcases MARROW Playlist In Star-Studded Trailer

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Spotify is chock-full of good alternative playlists, ranging from The New Alt and ALT NOW all the way to Feel-Good Indie Rock and Walk Like Badass. Now, the streaming platform is introducing a new rock playlist entitled MARROW.

Showing off how “rock never dies,” Spotify has unleashed an entire trailer with big industry names to showcase the new playlist. You can see cameos from The Beaches, Destroy Boys, and KennyHoopla, all of which appear on the playlist.

The trailer takes place in a police station as detectives try to find “the killer” of rock, but come up empty-handed, obviously. Rock ‘n’ roll is alive and well, contrary to the opinions of older music fans who only ever listened to The Rolling Stones. Check out the humorous trailer below.

Of course, the MARROW playlist encapsulates the spirit of alt-rock in 2024. Additions include “Kool-Aid” by Bring Me The Horizon, “Thick Skull” by Paramore, “So Much (For) Stardust” by Fall Out Boy, “Gift Horse” by IDLES, “PIN-EYE” by Jhariah, and many more. Check out the full playlist here and add it to your library ASAP.

On top of being the first cover artists for MARROW, Destroy Boys dropped their new single “Plucked” on March 13. Grunge-laced tracks “Shadow (I’m Breaking Down)” and “Beg For The Torture” precede the new shimmering pop-rock, indie-infused song.

“‘Plucked‘ is an entry to a new era. It’s focused on freedom of expression and learning how to embrace your quirks,” the band shares in a press release.

They continue, “It’s ultimately just a little pop-rock banger. It’s super fun to play—we’re excited to play it live in future shows!”

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