The British band, MarthaGunn is rising up with the announcement of their upcoming album, Something Good Will Happen, which we already know is going to be amazing!
MarthaGunn first came to the music world in 2019, with the release of their incredible album, Love & Emotion, which let us get to know the unique and amazing sound that the band has. The album includes the three marvelous tracks titled ‘Love & Emotion’, ‘Saint Cecilia’, ‘Honey, Let Me Know’. You can listen to Love & Emotion HERE!
Last year, the band released their second EP, Caught up & Confused, bringing us new music from the British band. And to tell you the truth, it is an amazing album with a different sound than their previous release. We know you are going to love it just as much as we do! Listen to Caught & Confused HERE!
Something Good is Happening…
September 17th will be the day that we will finally hear what the band is preparing for us! The upcoming album will be a collection of songs navigating through relationships. It will express the way you grow with people that may or not be on the same path as you. We know that this is going to be an album that we will love with all of our hearts!
Pre-save Something Good Is Coming HERE!
The new album will be made up of 11 tracks, including their newest release ‘Giving It’, which is an amazing single that was released today! If you haven’t heard the incredible song, what are you waiting for?!
UK, Get Ready!
With the announcement of their upcoming album, MarthaGunn has also announced the dates for their UK tour! From Oxford to Norwich, the band will be taking over stages with their amazing and unique sound that we all adore!
If you want to see these amazing bands live, don’t worry cause we gotcha! You can buy tickets HERE! We will obviously not want to miss any performance!
We can’t wait to hear the upcoming MarthaGunn album! Are you ready for it?! Tell us how are you feeling about this announcement in the comments and chat with us on our Twitter @TheHoneyPop!
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