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Sorry, Marshal Debuts 2019 With 'EP-1'

Sorry, Marshal’s EP-1 Kicks Off with Killer Track, “Neenah.”

(Baltimore, Maryland)

Sorry Marshal burst onto the underground indie-rock music scene in 2019 with their debut, EP-1. This extended play album is highlighted by its first two tracks, “Neenah” and “Seeking Advice.” These two singles have taken storm in music circles around the globe. Both singles are currently in heavy rotation on National Indie Radio, WNIR which airs in the U.S., UK, Germany, Italy, France, Australia and Japan. The band's catchy and "infectiously fuzz-soaked" songs are just one reason why fans are responding to Sorry, Marshal's signature indie, Shoe-gaze rock sound.

"It’s both indie rock and Shoegaze but the melodic song-based end of that genre’s spectrum.  Super catchy stuff..." - Doubtful Sounds

About Sorry, Marshal

Sorry, Marshal is a rock n’ roll band from Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 2018, the band's lineup includes Greg Pamer (vocals, guitar), John Mattingly (drums), Dan Pamerand (bass), and Luke Naden (guitar, vocals.) Front-man, and primary songwriter, Greg Pamer draws much of his influence from underground rock acts including 1990s and 2000 acts such as Jawbreaker, Superchunk, Juliana Hatfield, Archers of Loaf, Sugar, MBV, Hey Mercedes, The Promise Ring, and Dinosaur Jr.

In October 2018, John and Greg went into the studio and recorded Sorry, Marshal's debut EP-1 at Beat Babies Recording Studio with sound engineer, Chris Freeland (Wye Oak, Lower Dens, Wildhoney).  This extended play album was self-released on January 8, 2019 under the fictitious record label, Her-ting Records.  EP-1 is available now on all major music streaming platforms. Website


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