Nicolas is an up and coming artist who creates his music under the stage name Marni. He understands his opportunity to connect with many people as an artist, and he takes advantage. Marni explicitly aims to create his music for the people who need it. He has called them “the sad, the lonely, the hardened, and the outcasts,” to represent those who are looking for an emotional outlet through his songs. Marni continues to share his personal stories that his fans can connect to with his new release “Boozer”.
Right off the bat, Marni captures the listener’s attention with “Boozer’s” alluring, stripped-down acoustic guitar melody. He joins in with his soft voice, which naturally harmonizes with his acoustic in a style that is comparable to the gentle songs of Alex Murdoch. With his fragile vocals, Marni is sharing his emotion and vulnerability with listeners. Later on, in “Boozer” an elegant piano adds to the peaceful background instrumental. Without a doubt, Marni also has a relevant lyrical message. He speaks to the relatable changes in relationships when he sings “you don’t look me in the eyes anymore”. When he says “this might just be my final year,” Marni hits listeners in their feelings by reminding them how precious life really is – and how easily it could be taken away. With Marni’s lyrical symbolism and his sensitive musicality, listeners will want to sit down for a moment to take the time to understand the truth behind “Boozer.”
You can listen to "Boozer" here.