Marga Lane – When Love Jazzes Up Your Night

Finding love for yourself, or for an other can make you stronger or drive you happier.

That’s when you love yourself enough, that you don’t need all these layers you used to wear to make you feel less vulnerable.

That’s when someone loves you enough, that you don’t need all those clothes and disguise to feel more desirable.

Today, Marga Lane strips the layers, and celebrates the power of love, over a jazzy soothing love song titled ‘Thinking About You’,opening track of her upcoming project, ‘Undressed’, a five-track stroy of love and loss.

“You can believe that you are meant to be with a certain person or believe that you can overcome circumstances because you love yourself enough to.” Marga Lane.

Her voice with hints of RnB warms up the room, the playful guitar invites to a joyful game of seduction, and the Motown soulful back vocals inspire to some tender-loving care.

Minimalist production for a highly suggestive songwriting.

 

“I write a lot of love songs and love is synonymous with belief. I would hope my music inspires people to have a belief in the power of love. Whether it’s love for yourself or love for another.” Marga Lane.

Multi-instrumentalist (piano, guitar…), singer-songwriter Marga Lane has found success touring throughout the US including performing at fashion weeks and singing the national anthem at over 10 NBA and MLB games.

She has enjoyed the support from popular recording stars and industry veterans including Lance Bass who featured her on his SiriusXM radio show “Dirty Pop”.

 

 

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