Hailing from the sub-zero tundra of Edmonton, Canada, margø developed an early love for rock as she grew enamoured with classic anthems by the likes of Joan Jett and Blondie, inspired by their ability to empower millions of fans across all demographics. margø puts a modern, dark spin on the style of her predecessors, and she’s here to serve as the voice for anyone struggling to find their own. Through her dark femme aesthetic meant to empower the collective voice of the outcasts and underdogs of the world, margø sets the stage for the themes of fearlessness and self-worth to shine through each track, offering the perfect supervillain soundtrack that can’t help but make listeners feel unstoppable.
Having already accumulated over 10 million streams on Spotify alone since bursting on the scene in 2019, margø has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. Her new single, “one bad day”, is out now and looks set to build further on her momentum. The track is an unapologetic, empowering alt-z banger about making the decision to not let a toxic relationship hold any power over your life. Gritty yet shimmery guitars and punchy pop-punk drums contrast past releases’ darker productions as margø poses the question – why be sad about someone who just isn’t worth your time? The final monthly single leading into her new EP, margø’s “year of the villain” campaign has built up a loyal following of over 400k across social platforms.
Speaking further on the new release, margø says, “This song is about that moment you realise that someone was incredibly toxic for you and deciding to not let them hold any more power over your emotions. When someone doesn’t value and appreciate you the way you deserve, this song is meant to encourage you to immediately cut their negative energy out of your life and thrive as the strong independent person that you are. It’s their loss – why be sad about someone who doesn’t deserve any more of your time?”
“one bad day” is available to buy/stream now on all platforms: https://margo.frtyfvelink.com/onebadday.