Marco Tamimi Captures Fleeting Romance with “One Summer”


Following up on the success of his breakthrough debut single “Different Eyes”, Marco Tamimi is back with “One Summer”, a track that effortlessly captures the essence of youthful, fleeting romance. Known for his introspective songwriting and indie pop vibes, Tamimi continues to carve out his unique space in the music scene, drawing comparisons to artists like MUNA, HAIM, and Orla Gartland.

“One Summer” is a vibrant, feel-good anthem perfect for those long drives with the windows down, singing along at the top of your lungs. This single is the first release from his debut EP under Rainbow Wood Records, produced by Ed Graves and mixed by Grammy award-winning engineer Oli Jacobs. Tamimi’s influences shine through in this track, with nods to George Ezra, Counting Crows, and Natalie Imbruglia, blending contemporary indie pop with nostalgic elements from the early 2000s.

Lyrically, “One Summer” delves into the exhilarating yet ultimately doomed nature of summer flings. Lines like “One summer, two birthdays / Three weeks in a row at your place” encapsulate the bittersweet reality of these intense but transient relationships. The song’s infectious melody and energetic rhythm make it an instant earworm, resonating with anyone who’s experienced the highs and lows of a summer romance.

You can listen to “One Summer” below.

Keep up with Marco Tamimi: Spotify // Instagram // TikTok

Joshua Madsen
Joshua Madsen
Joshua is a graduate of St. Lawrence University, holding a BA in Political Science and Journalism. He is currently a summer intern For Melodic Magazine, a freelance writer, and a woodworker.

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