Marble Mammoth

POW MUSIC VIDEO PREMIER: Marble Mammoth ‘Higher Than the Sun’

Marble Mammoth ‘Higher Than the Sun’


Swedish psych rockers, Marble Mammoth are back again! The release of their new single, Higher Than The Sun, starts off with a music video that will be a refreshing treat for those who are tired of bands posing for the camera.

”Superbly catchy fuzzed out Swedish psych.”

– Clash Music

Equipped with an old DVCAM and fisheye lens, director Gustav Öhman Spjuth shot a story of a wild young man, haunted by anxiety. ”This esthetic really suited the story and helped convey the right feel to the song.” – Tobias Bergholm, singer and guitarist.

Marble Mammoth first saw the light in 2017 with the release of their self titled debut EP. Since then they’ve released songs such as Wrecked Ship, Glitter Amongst Gravel, and most recently the indie hymn, Have The Sun Lick Your Mind, which got on Spotify’s editorial playlist and are still getting radio plays in countries such as The UK, Australia and The US. Higher Than the Sun (Single) Releases on Friday, Nov 13. On all digital platforms.

Elin Lehmann

Promotion Manager

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