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Pop / Rock 17/08/2020

Marc Scibilia Reflects On The Promises Of A New Day With Intimate New Single "Tomorrow," Out Now

Marc Scibilia Reflects On The Promises Of A New Day With Intimate New Single "Tomorrow," Out Now

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) New York/Nashville songwriter Marc Scibilia released his new single "Tomorrow," today, a song about pulling through life's hardships and moving on to a better day. Intertwining intimate and intrapersonal lyrics with mesmerizing guitar lines and piano melodies, the song is a reminder of fresh starts on the horizon.

Though 2020 has been trying for Marc, as he welcomed his first child into the world only to lose his father to brain cancer shortly thereafter, his new album 'Seed Of Joy,' out in November, contrasts personal struggles with a resilient collection of uplifting reminders. "Tomorrow" is a direct reflection on the emotional roller coaster that this past year has been for Marc and his soulful lyricism is felt in his raw vocal performance.

"Tomorrow" follows Scibilia's other new tracks "Wild World," a shimmering track about finding the light in the darkness and "Favorite Part," which Glide called a "catchy folk gem" saying Marc's providing "a well-needed dose of incisive songwriting with simple pop pleasure."

Born in Buffalo, NY to a family of musicians and barbers, the 34-year-old Nashville-based singer/songwriter Scibilia showcases his expansive musical ability on his new album 'Seed of Joy,' Serving as his own producer, Scibilia leans into the spontaneity and singularity of live performance, after spending years collaborating with rappers among the likes of Jim Jones, Rick Ross, and Fabolous and electronic artists such as German DJ Robin Schulz. On writing the record, Marc says, "I wanted the record to feel as raw sonically as it was emotionally" and he highlights that throughout the album on stripped tracks like the Simon & Garfunkel inspired "Good Times" and the hypnotic album opener "Wild World." 'Seed of Joy' is Scibilia's first new album in four years.






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