The Mary Onettes have today released their double single titled ‘Easy Hands’ and ‘Pearl Machine’ via Welfare Sounds.

Atmospheric throughout and acting as bookends to my current state of mind, ‘Easy Hands’ and ‘Pearl Machine’ fit nicely into my Spotify with a complete sense of self and and aura emulating from my speakers. Music should be a journey, when it’s good. This is how a trip to bliss and back feels.

About ‘Easy Hands’ & ‘Pearl Machine’

The Mary Onettes return with a 2 track single containing the lead single “Easy Hands” along with the soothing and thoughtful “Pearl Machine.” These songs return to the dreamy, overcast pop that we’ve come to love from The Mary Onettes while being framed around a deep lyrical storyline. This is what Ekström says about “Easy Hands”:

About The Mary Onettes

Starting out in 2000 as a passionate, yet naïve rock band from the Swedish town of Jönköping, The Mary Onettes have been on a long journey, with a few downhill slopes and a lot of brick walls, but the band have managed to stay together because of their love for music and each other. Although development is crucial for a band one thing has remained the same, the songs. The band revolves around Philip Ekström’s songwriting and although some songs have been stripped down, rebuilt or even thrown away they have kept coming.