Rootsy dub-rock four-piece Mar Haze is proud to announce the launch of stand-out single, She’s Not Lovin’, on Monday, May 25, 2015, ahead of their highly anticipated self-titled EP (Wednesday, July 29, 2015). She’s Not Lovin’ is a true reflection of the bands effort to enhance themselves instrumentally, lyrically and professionally. Mar Haze teamed up with producer Ian Pritchett (The Beautiful Girls, Angus & Julia Stone) to capture the stunning new offering She’s Not Lovin’, which highlights their ability to craft a track outside of their comfort zone, reminiscent of a first love from a childhood memory. With its infectious pop melody, She’s Not Lovin’ is bound to get stuck in your head for all the right reasons.
Their catchy lyrics and solid groove is what make Mar Haze fun and so easy to listen to. Mar Haze blend their affection of blues, jazz and hip hop, creating a defined unique sound. With distinct vocals and instrumental talent, Mar Haze offer songs that are appealing to those who are after catchy sing-a-long tunes, as well as those who have an acquired taste. Their energetic stage performances, unique sound and strong following, has recently seen them invited to support Australia’s leading blues and roots acts, ‘The Beautiful girls’, ‘Ash Grunwald’, and ‘Bootleg Rascal’. Mar Haze has also been featured on The Australian Open of Surfing TV broadcast, with their music headlining the programme. Performances at ‘Festival of the Sun’, ‘The Peats Ridge Festival’ and sell-out Sydney shows, demonstrate Mar Haze has a live performance that is appealing to capacity festival crowds. Their debut EP ‘Summer Sessions’ & second release, ‘Winter Sessions’, are energetic yet very easy listening and sure to please, blending their regard of reggae and rock with their love of real blues and roots.
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Mar Haze draw influence from groups ‘The Beautiful Girls’, “Sticky Fingers’, ‘The Cat Empire’, ‘Gomez’, ‘John Butler Trio’ and ‘G Love’. Natural flow and onstage antics are a part of their performance. Expect crowd participation, standing on drum kits and some sexy trumpet harmonies that will lift you to your feet. Oh and if you’re a band that plays before or after them, expect them to be dancing in the crowd.
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