Marika Hackman, the British indie rock singer-songwriter, is back with a brand new song and music video titled “Slime.” The track is the latest single off her upcoming album “Any Human Friend,” which is set to be released on August 9th.
The music video for “Slime” features quirky and surreal imagery, and it perfectly complements the song’s eerie and dreamy tone. The visuals are a feast for the eyes, with saturated colors and bizarre scenes that will captivate the viewer from start to finish.
The song itself is a haunting and atmospheric piece that showcases Hackman’s unique blend of indie rock and folk influences. Her ethereal vocals and intricate guitar work create an otherworldly atmosphere that draws the listener in and holds their attention throughout.
In a recent interview with DIY Mag, Hackman described “Slime” as a “friendly fuck-you song,” and the lyrics do indeed carry a sense of defiance and independence. The song explores themes of autonomy and self-discovery, set against a backdrop of lush, atmospheric instrumentation.
“Slime” follows the release of the album’s lead single, “I’m Not Where You Are,” which has already been met with critical acclaim. With these two singles, as well as the previously released “hand solo,” Hackman is giving fans a taste of what to expect from her upcoming album, and it’s clear that she’s not afraid to push boundaries and explore new sonic territory.
Marika Hackman has been making waves in the indie music scene since the release of her debut album “We Slept At Last” in 2015. With her introspective songwriting and hypnotic soundscapes, she has gained a dedicated following and garnered praise from critics and fans alike.
“Any Human Friend” promises to be a bold and adventurous addition to Hackman’s discography, and “Slime” is a tantalizing glimpse of what’s to come. With its mesmerizing music video and hauntingly beautiful sound, the song is sure to leave a lasting impression on listeners.
As the release date for “Any Human Friend” approaches, fans can look forward to more captivating music and visuals from Marika Hackman. If “Slime” is anything to go by, the album is shaping up to be a must-listen for indie music enthusiasts.