The Marica Frequency releases new LP album ‘When Things Fall Down’

The alternative, indie rock crew known as The Marica Frequency have released their latest official LP album, “When Things Fall Down.” The LP album contains nine original Marica Frequency tracks for an approximate total listening time of 45 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Eclectic, sonorous, and blending the rougher edges of alt-rock with the raw delicacy of early indie music, “When Things Fall Down” showcases The Marica Frequency as one of the most intriguing rock offerings of the year so far and promises that they has plenty more where that came from.

The Marica Frequency from the United Kingdom cite as main artistic influences Roger Waters, Ben Cooper, The Beatles, Jason Pierce, and Justin Vernon. Their own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on varied and poetic songwriting, creative, kaleidoscopic soundscaping and natural, heartfelt vocal performances, “When Things Fall Down” by The Marica Frequency has a little something for everybody.

Asked to describe the overall meaning of “When Things Fall Down,” The Marica Frequency writes, “’When Things Fall Down’ offers an insight into the bad decisions made during our youth, the people that these decisions effect, and the regrets that you carry through with you. The main message it shares is that we should not waste time trying to change the past, but instead put all our energies into learning from it.”

“When Things Fall Down” by The Marica Frequency is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, indie and alt- rock fans.

Be sure also to visit the official Marica Frequency YouTube channel for official videos, live takes, exclusive recordings and more.

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