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Magana - Pages



Audio Antihero

Released: 20th January 2017 | 1 track indie rock single

Tour Single from Brooklyn's Jeni Magana, following her acclaimed debut EP 'Golden Tongue' which found praise and acclaim from The Line of Best Fit, London In Stereo, EARMILK, yvynyl, BBC Scotland, FM4, Podcart, GoldFlakePaint, Shout4Music, IMPOSE, BIRP.FM, El Correo, Fame Mag, The Le Sigh, The Grey Estates, God Is In The TV, Collapse Board, Resonance FM, Dandelion Radio and many others.

Pages' brings a more traditionally Indie Rock twist to Magana's dreamy Alt. Pop sound with a her stunning voice soaring over the soundscapes. It's heartfelt and emotional rock music with ghosts beneath the surface. The single accompanies Magana's upcoming US tour.

"Beautiful debut...a story of love and sacrifice...Delivers the haunted resilience of someone who has found self-acceptance."
London in Stereo
"Recalling Torres and Sharon Van Etten at their most intimate moments...Magana’s parched vocal is a complete heartbreaker."
The Line of Best Fit
"With what is just the briefest of snapshot Magana has invited us into her world and in the process created something which feels expansive and breathlessly travelled."
"Magana enters the scene guns blazing with the simple request to be the real deal or no deal at all."
"Magana’s voice is a lively rasp that emotes a jaded sense of heartbreak spurred by a lover who talks but does not listen."
The Le Sigh
"Golden Tongue shows us someone who has spent years singing from other people’s hymn sheets finding her own voice, and it’s the voice of a confident artist who is capable of expressing both great frustration and great tenderness in a very compelling way. One minute, she sounds introverted and retiring; the next, she’s lashing out angrily at those who would talk over her."
God Is In the TV
"A whisper in your ear, bedroom acoustics performer who has broken out from the background of being a session musician to taking centre stage."
Bearded Magazine
"Can't stop listening to Magana."
"Golden Tongue has enough range of emotion and musical variety to engage the attention from start to finish, and it feels like a journey in a way that many full albums fail to...It sounds like the birth of a new star."
Musos' Guide