A Very Sweet Treat From Matt Marcii & Robbie Hutton With New Single ‘Sugar’
There’s ear candy galore with the latest release from the collaborative project of producer-songwriter Matt Marcii and singer-songwriter Robbie Hutton. ‘Sugar’ is the new single from this tantalising duo whose melodies will have you well and truly hooked. This indie pop banger is held together by beautiful jazz chords, whilst live strings give this cheeky song a unique twist. Garnering support from BBC Music Introducing Suffolk, and nearing 10k streams on Spotify, the song is proving to be the start of something very exciting.
‘Sugar’ is about that moment when you’re tempted to jump back into a past relationship; when you’re looking back at the past with fondness but also being wary of what happened before. We’ve all been there! That’s the great thing about this song - it’s honest and relatable. Relaxed and upbeat at the same time - it would make the perfect addition to a dinner party or a dance-floor. The catchy chorus packs in memorable lyrics you’ll be singing for a long time after hearing: ‘Give it to me one more time, Hit the button baby press rewind […] Give me that sugar.’
Matt Marcii is a pop producer and writer based in Cambridge, England. He discovered his love for music whilst at University in Scotland and started writing songs and recording fellow students in his student halls at at local recording studios in Stirling. Matt Marcii (pronounces Mar-Sea) name is said to be inspired by three of his biggest icons. Two inside of music and one from outside of music. No one has guessed all three role models correctly. Matt Marcii’s simple aim is to create catchy melodies that stay buried in the listener's minds after the first lesson. Matt is inspired by great Swedish songwriters and grew up playing and listening to orchestral music which crops up in his pop productions.
A shining example of modern independent songwriting, Robbie Hutton has carved his unique sound from a mixture of soulful pop and ballad-driven rock. Reaching back into his own experiences to create modern tales of heartbreak, catharsis and loss, the Stirling man possesses a classic grasp of storytelling so often neglected today. With a diverse catalogue and an impressive vocal range, the 26-year-old has the capacity to reach a huge range of audiences, with each song bringing something different to the table.