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Margo May digs up feelings of nostalgia and warm, fuzzy hugs with her new single “Rock N Roll Baby.” With it’s stripped down arrangement, Margo May’s voice is a gentle calming whisper with similarities to Feist, Neutral Milk Hotel, and JayMay.
“I want the lightning, I want the stranded feeling on the curb that you get when your tears are real.” “Rock N Roll Baby,” describes how we yearn for an exciting, magical connection with someone, but her delivery is oh-so-sweet and fluffy like a cloud.
Based in Kansas City, a place where roads wind and farms thrive, Margo May takes us to a carefree land of milk and honey, making you want to bake up something delicious in the kitchen whilst swaying to this magical lullaby.
“Rock N Roll Baby comes from a period of my life when I lived in Portland, Oregon (2012) I was listening to Julie Cruise at the time and decided it was about time I switched over from traditional folk into pop merely transposed to acoustic guitar. I love the simple sweet pop mentality that keeps the chorus to the point, so good it kills. This song definitely opened my writing up to a more “pop folk” genre.” – Margo May
Article: Hillary Barleaux