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Posted July 14, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Indie Pop
 
 

Margot Polo – “Sing Hallelujah”

California-based Margot Polo is the solo project of David Provenzano, singer/guitarist of Fialta and Sherwood. He produces a vein of indie-pop touching on soul, psychedelia, and R&B, with his hook-y tendencies on full display on Fialta’s “Shadow of a Drought“, which hit #10 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. His just-released new track “Sing Hallelujah” is pure infectious bliss as well, with suave brass adornments complementing a breezy chorus full of west-coast sunshine, with the surf-friendly falsetto in the back-end striving toward an aesthetic fit for the summer. Excellent production and engaging melodies make this track a one to remember.

On June 9th, Margot Polo put out his first single in a series of songs to be released throughout the summer, with this one being the latest. These tracks were mixed by Chris Keene and Wesley Slover and feature vocals by Becky Filip, whose lush vocals lend nicely to “Sing Hallelujah”.

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