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Magnolia Park Perform “Drown” Live At idobi Studios


We’ve said it before, and we will say it again. Magnolia Park are the busiest band in pop-punk. That is a stone-cold fact, you cannot dispute it.

Since their inception back in 2018, they haven’t come up for breath in terms of diving into the depths of music crafting. Ahead of the curve and always searching for that next big hook, theirs is a discography that holds treasure in every corner. Even in the last 12 months, they have gone above and beyond in terms of their output. There has been their debut album Baku’s Revenge, to kick things off. Then collaborations with poptropicaslutz!, Arrows In Action and Ryan Oakes. And most recently, TWO brand new EPs in the form of SoulEater and MoonEater. There is no stopping them, and it still feels like they are still only scratching the surface of what they are capable of.

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That level of work ethic makes it even more incredible that the band were able to drop by idobi Studios for a session. And what makes it even more special is that they took the time to pay tribute to one of the best rock songs of the last decade. That’s the stunning “Drown” by Bring Me The Horizon, which is quite the undertaking to say the least. But no challenge is too much, and to hear it stripped back to its bare bones, the Mag Park boys take things to a whole different level of feeling. From Joshua Roberts pushing his vocals to new highs to the twinkling guitars washing over you like waves, it’s a stunning display from a band that can do absolutely everything.

Here’s hoping that Oli Sykes and the BMTH lads see this and fall in love with Magnolia Park just as much as we do. Let’s make it happen!

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