Sophie Morgan shares a gorgeous new video for new track, 'Marmalade'

Sophie Morgan has released her new single Marmalade and accompanying video. The guitar led track beautiful and features a retro tinged video that works perfectly with the folk singer's dreamy vocals.

Taken from her upcoming EP, also titled Marmalade, out on 20th March it continues Sophie's impressive run of spellbinding music.

Born and raised in Cheshire, 22-year-old Sophie began playing piano and songwriting at an early age, after being brought up on a musical education of Nick Drake and Van Morrison and later introduced to Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

New single 'Marmalade' is the first introduction to Sophie’s forthcoming EP of the same name and it immediately transports you forwards to summer, with the aura of idyllic romance setting a vivid scene with delicate guitars, tender lyrics and Sophie’s warm honey-soaked vocal. It’s a song to make you pause, curl up and take in every word. The video is filmed in Provence in the South of France and echoes the meaning behind the song perfectly.

She says of the track, "Marmalade is a romantic dream of this sumptuous life like you see in the old films. The title came from, when I think of luxury, I think of those little pots of jam and marmalade you get in fancy hotel breakfasts. Every time I sing the song, I imagine a big old house in the South of France with an abundance of fruit and pastries and wine. So, we flew to Provence to shoot the video and a handsome French neighbour named Vincent drove me around the village in his cool old orange Renault." 

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