Half German, half Thai, Marnie was born in Hamburg. She studied music and went to Nashville. Back home, she founded her own music agency, where she also worked as a singer. Marnie managed up to 300 gigs per year with her company, reached 27. Mio YouTube views with her band Engelsgleich, which got signed by Universal Music in 2017.
But from then on, there was a tearing balancing act between her role as a music manager and singer. She knew that sooner or later, she would have to choose a path. After inner struggles, she decided to follow her heart’s desire and make her music a priority. On New Year’s Eve 2019, she was clinking glasses of sparkling wine with the promise to walk the path of the artist and left her old life behind.
Today she is an independent pop music artist, working on her debut album. Drawn by true stories like a moth to the light, she desires to express the inner world through her music, sharp lyrics, and striking voice. She believes that everyone has a story to tell and an internal battle to fight. By facing up to these challenges, we grow bigger to live a self-determined life. A message she longs to share with you. That’s why most of her songs come from the dark, and some go into the light.
As an artist to the core, she writes her music, directs her music videos, and does the post-production herself.
Marnie released 3 singles in 2020: “Insomnia”, “I Let You Go” and “Beautiful Ruin” She’s a Hamburg based independent artist and writes English pop music, mostly autobiographical, often inspired through the people around her.
Her sound is reminiscent of artists like Sia, Pink, and Lady Gaga. Their music has slight darkness and coolness. She believes life is a constant learning process and works through her songs as if they were a process of change. She tells stories that most people can relate to. The process is accompanied by change; changes are uncertainties and what is not more topical than that in this pandemic situation.
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