Marlee Quirarte releases new R&B/pop crossover single, ‘Know Me’

Los Angeles’ very own rising songwriter and vocalist Marlee Quirarte unveils her newest soulful RnB single, ‘Know Me’ featuring a fun, up-tempo pop chorus. Honest & introspective, this track sees Marlee dig deeper than ever before, offering listeners and unadulterated glimpse into her innermost thoughts and feelings when it comes to relationships & being misunderstood.

Speaking on the inspiration behind ‘Know Me’, Marlee explains:

“The concept for this track is very personal. & one many can relate to. The breakdown of the song is that when someone you love and care about deeply for questions who you are at your core, it leaves you feeling rejected, confused, hurt and essentially feeling alienated. Throughout the course of the track you begin to feel and hear the transition of personal acceptance with oneself and the understanding that not everybody understands or cares to understand you- not everyone values who you are and that, ultimately it really doesn’t matter because you do.”

Candid and endearing, the lyrics to ‘Know Me’ sit perfectly beside an ethereal, guitar driven soundscape and a collection of vibrant synths and electronic sounds which give the sullen, soulful track a modern pop edge that is sure to go down a treat with fans and listeners in all corners of the globe.

Listen to Marlee Quirarte – ‘Know Me’

 

“The concept for this track is very personal. & one many can relate to. The breakdown of the song is that when someone you love and care about deeply for questions who you are at your core, it leaves you feeling rejected, confused, hurt and essentially feeling alienated. Throughout the course of the track you begin to feel and hear the transition of personal acceptance with oneself and the understanding that not everybody understands or cares to understand you- not everyone values who you are and that, ultimately it really doesn’t matter because you do.”

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