Maruja have shared a new single called ‘Thunder’ – you can listen to it below.
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“‘Thunder”s bold, distinct, and formidable nature, exhibits our live performances better than any of our tracks have to date,” Maruja explained of the ferocious cut in a joint statement.
“Whilst it provides ear-splitting riffs, industrious waves of noise and an infectious EDM element, it also displays the dynamism and passion of our ever-developing sound.”
Sharing the single on social media, the rising group wrote: “This one has been a long time coming, enjoy the carnage.” Listen here:
They’ll then head down to London to perform at The Windmill in Brixton January 7, 2023. You can find ticket information here.
“We were absolutely blown away,” Wilkinson said. “Honestly, we’d probably still be trying to get our gear right now. We’ve made a lot of progress [as a band] this year and, without Louis’ help, we definitely wouldn’t be able to be in the position we’re in right now.”
The items Maruja had stolen were things they’d been collecting “all our lives”, including “really rare pedals” they’d likely have struggled to get back at all. Former One Direction-er Tomlinson had no previous connection to Wilkinson and co. before making the gesture.