Marie Lang – Comfort Zone | New Music

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Marie Lang – Comfort Zone | New Music


Austrian singer-songwriter Marie Lang is back with a brand-new single. “Comfort Zone”, taken from her upcoming debut EP, is a lyrical description of the early stages of a relationship.


Passionate about music from the early years, Marie Lang moved from Vienna to Boston, in order to pursue her education at Berklee College of Music. Currently based in Los Angeles, the rising singer layers her signature silky vocals over soul-inspired beats, bringing to mind the likes of Jorja Smith and Sinead Harnett.


Influenced by 2000s icons like Destiny’s Child and Lauryn Hill and brought up by a single mother, Marie Lang aims to capture different sides of femininity in her music.


Speaking about her creative process, she says, “I’m always curious to strip someone down to their deepest secrets, desires or even mistakes. Passion to me is being confidently vulnerable, surrendering to the moment, and giving in to the fact that change is always right around the corner”.


“Comfort Zone”, produced by Elliott Beenk (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Janelle Monáe, Maroon 5), is a unique concoction of soul, R&B and electronic sounds. The lyrics refer to the first stage of a relationship, when we tend to idealise our partners. The artist expresses her desire to get out of that comfort zone, “Hope you make it up, one last try to get more than surface, want all of your edges”.


The latest single from Marie Lang is the first one taken from her debut EP coming out in December. On the introspective album, the singer studies her experience with relationships, “whether it’s about the wrong timing or feeling like something is missing. Which I feel can be a common feeling after college, at least for me because it’s been such a transformative time where I sometimes haven’t really figured out what I want out of something”.


Listen to “Comfort Zone” here:




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