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Lola Marsh

Music / Indie / Tel Aviv, Israel

Presented by: Centre National De La Musique (CNM), Rolling Stone

Sometimes, all it takes is one drunk idea at a birthday party and a serendipitously placed (albeit broken) guitar to birth one of the most interesting projects a country could offer. For Gil Landau and Yael Shoshana Cohen, this is exactly what happened. After meeting in Tel Aviv in 2011 and starting to create music together, they gradually add more members to their project which is henceforth to be known as Lola Marsh. They play the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona in 2014, leaving behind an impressed crowd before even seriously starting work on their first album. They had no problem living up to the hype they had created, and this is true not only for their follow-up summer debut “Remember Roses” (2017). The next release “Someday Tomorrow Maybe” (2020) also impressively demonstrates that Lola Marsh’s lightly psychedelic 60s style offers plenty of room for all sorts of influences from synthpop and indie folk and sits perfectly atop their catchy overall concept. The fact that they’ve become one of Israel’s most wanted live acts probably needs no further mentioning.

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