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Open Your Heart And "Willing Hands," With Maro DēLo's New Single

Maro DēLo aims to provide his fanbase with a safe space to feel heard and understood. The singer-songwriter cast out tales of vulnerability and unmatched emotion as he dips into his desire for the alluring structures present in his craft. Giving his audience a sense of belonging, he trickles into the myriad of life's aspects that lonely souls usually ponder.

Immediately drowning our speakers in the profound offering of opulent guitar riffs and a vocal that sends chills down your spine, we're blown away by the intimacy showcased in "Willing Hands." Through the powerful arrangement that ignites a fiery essence of passion-fueled tenors, the prevailing core that bolsters a soundscape of this caliber has us simmering in the wistful ease produced.

As his exclusive croons shed the angelic reverberations chiming into your heart, the earworm lyrical motifs flourish in a remarkably potent realm. Allowing us to embrace the vast array of emotions that surface from his heartrending performance, we admire Maro DēLo's strength in conveying a tale that many can relate to. Knowing that it takes more than just intoxicating instrumentation to have his listeners enthralled in the glimmering notes shed, Maro DēLo explores his vocal range to transmit themes of love and longing to those gravitating towards his resonance.

Always astonished by what this emerging artist can conjure up, his artistry has us experiencing a sonic voyage that digs deeper than just the outer layers of our embodiment. "Willing Hands" takes us into the more than capable grasp on Maro DēLo for what we deem a profession of vulnerability at its finest.

You're known for the passion that you pour into each creation conveyed. In terms of the main inspiration laced into this record, what do you owe this to?

The main inspiration for Willing Hands is really owed to the reciprocation and understanding that we all seek in relationships. It's universal to say that we want our significant other to make certain sacrifices to make it work, as the right person in a relationship should. I live a very crazy lifestyle myself, and I know that it's going to take a very special woman to be content with how much I can give to her. We know that oftentimes it can take a team to bring forth a release in its most successful state. Was there anyone assisting you in the vision that you impeccably conveyed? What was it like working with them during this process?

In the writing process of this song, all I had was myself. Well, sort of... I wrote most of the song when I was 18, let it sit for 3 years (because I couldn't deliver the vocals it took to make it the way it is now), then picked it back up at 21 and realized something wasn't right... the bridge. It wasn't nearly as flushed out as the final product, so that made me have to go deep into my mind and perceive the story of this song from my 18-year-old self, someone who had never been in a relationship before, and wondered "How can I construct this narrative about relationships to not only those who have not been in one before?" I knew that was a lot to ask myself and I was clueless if I'm being completely honest, but before I knew it, I had some "scratch" vocals to work the melody in my head. After running them by a couple of trained and untrained ears, I got the same response: "Those aren't throwaway words, keep those!!" It was then that I realized I had a song on my hands that practically wrote itself, which taught me a lesson: I didn't have to go back in time to write this, cause that was who I was then; I'm the me that I am right now, not me I was back then. What is the main message that you aim to send to your audience through the release of "Willing hands"?

The main message I want to convey is that a relationship is a two-way street. A balanced give-and-take may never be 50/50, it fluctuates depending on the person What has been the best piece of advice that you've taken away from 2021?

The best piece of advice that I've taken from 2021 is to focus on what I can control and to move on from what I can't. What's next for you?

What's next for me is...


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