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Birthmarks put as much effort into decorating Hermitage Works Studios as they did as rocking out in ‘Margo’s Living Room’. Swinging light bulbs, Bladerunneresque lights and more await those who press play.

Nathan Ridley recorded the sound of a band with multiple melodic tricks and electronic ticks that mark them out as the inventive trio they are off camera. Check out this penultimate episode of season five of the show and do take the time to follow the band on social media and put a gig date in your diary.

 

 

For those of you who’ve not seen a Margo’s Living Room episode before, the concept is simple: This is series five of a one-shot live session of a band encouraged to decorate the studio in a fashion that supports their image. Hermitage Works Studios has been running these sessions since 2016. May they continue to shine a light on exciting new bands in their infancy and beyond.

 

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