[video] Oliver Marson – Tokyo

Combining both great talent and unique charm, Oliver Marson is one of the most exciting newcomers we heard about recently. A true new wave mastermind, he has a knack for creating synth pop bangers with his own signature style.

His new cut “Tokyo” is a great example of that, an escapist anthem where he fantasises about Japan’s capital that he never visited and probably never will. The music itself is equally compelling, with its driving beat and shimmering synths creating a sense of urgency and excitement.

The track was self-produced by Marson himself, and mixed by Jorge Elbrecht (Japanese Breakfast, Hatchie). It also has Charles Cave (White Lies) on bass, and Maya Harrison (For Breakfast) on vocals. The release comes ahead of notable support slots for Tempers and Moreish Idols.

Watch the video below and get the track here.