Marsicans drop video for new single ‘Little Things’

Headlining BBC Introducing stage at Reading & Leeds

Marsicans Little Things press shot by Jake Haseldine

Credit: Jake Haseldine

With their latest single Little Things being almost one month old, Marsicans have just dropped the candid video that accompanies the track. It’s a heartwarming, feel-good video shot by Leeds film company Sodium and will have you thinking about the little things in life. Watch below.

The song is about the little things in life that brighten your day and Marsicans wanted to demonstrate this with the video. A range of items can be seen in the clever little video including a teddy bear, photographs and even Newbigging’s own dog. The video is a clear reminder that sometimes you only need the smaller, more sentimental things in life.

Speaking about the video, frontman James Newbigging explained that the band

asked people to bring the ‘little thing’ that makes them happy and show it off in a photo booth setting.

Regarding their own musical journey, Marsicans appear to be growing from strength to strength. The quartet have just been announced as headliners on BBC Introducing’s own stage at Reading and Leeds Festival (tickets here) – an exciting accomplishment for the pre-album band from Leeds.

The success of their latest track Little Things, their second single of 2019, includes a debut cover appearance on ‘The Indie List’ playlist on Spotify. It will also mark their eighth consecutive week on New Music Friday UK. Support has also blossomed from radio stations including Radio 1’s Huw Stephens show and Radio X’s John Kennedy who even invited the lads in for a live session.

It’s looking very hopeful indeed for Marsicans, who haven’t let their current success shadow the Little Things in life.

Video: Marsicans – Little Things

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Indie is not a genre

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