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Marlowe enjoys busy week

Friday, February 23, 2024 – Kameron Marlowe has enjoyed a busy week.

Earlier this week he released a video for his duet with Ella Langley, "Strangers." Today, he is out with his new single, "Quit You," written by Marlowe, James McNair and John Pierce. The song is a paean to his fiance, Meagan.

"This is my follow up to 'Giving You Up,'" said Marlowe. "The first line, at '20 years old I kicked those cigarettes, the same year me and whiskey took a break' is the hook of 'Giving You Up,' but rewritten to modern day of how I got where I am today."

"This is the space I was in before I met Meagan when I was looking for something to fill the void of finding myself. Now, I'm addicted to her love more than I'm addicted to anything else. She makes me a better person. She grounds me, and I am thankful for her love. I found myself through finding someone who understands me and loves me for all my faults. All the things I had been trying to quit like nicotine or cutting back on drinking, she's my addiction. It's the perfect love song."

"Strangers" was released on Wednesday with Patrick Tohill directing. Set against the backdrop of a moody restaurant, the video gradually builds tension, mirroring the escalating emotions of the narrative. As the intensity mounts, so does the fire around them, symbolizing the passionate yet destructive nature of their relationship. In the end, they're left alone, grappling with the aftermath of their own downfall.

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