Drift away with Her’s blissful new single, ‘Marcel’

Give the duo's third single a listen first on Dork.
Her’s are today sharing their latest slice of warming, laid-back pop with new track ‘Marcel’ – check it out below, first on Dork.



It’s the perfect soundtrack for relaxing in this afternoon’s balmy autumn sun, and it comes with a story too: the song was once called ‘David Seaman’, but now acts in tribute to someone else after the band found a wallet at a thrift store that once belonged to a chap called Marcel. Sadly, the boys later looked him up online only to find he was deceased.



Of the track, the duo (sort of) explain:



“Mesmerising,

Authentic,

Reckless,

Caring,

Elegant

and Lynch Like!

Take a journey through time, to a warm Indian summer in Luxembourg with your new moustached freünd, M.A.R.C.E.L.”



‘Marcel’ follows on from singles ‘Dorothy’ and ‘What Once Was’.







Catch Her’s on tour later this year:



OCTOBER

16 MANCHESTER, A Carefully Planned Festival (Mint Lounge)



NOVEMBER

17 LONDON, The Old Blue Last

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