Half-Filipino and half-Scottish pop talent Mark Angels is making waves internationally.
Highly sought after as a songwriter, he's set to make a trip to the Far East later in the year, working with the cream of the current pop exports from South Korea and Japan.
Ahead of this he's ready to share new solo burner 'Climax', an instantly infectious pop jewel that wears its R&B influences on its sleeve.
Depicting the end of a relationship, 'Climax' is kind of like sonic revenge, a means of moving past negative feelings in a positive manner.
Mark comments: "'Climax' depicts the inevitable failure of a toxic relationship. Letting go seems impossible when you're trapped by past memories of love, late night drives and rebellious behaviour."
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