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MARC SMITH is a Brooklyn based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist currently self-releasing his first solo album Nothing Is Ever Lost in monthly singles through marcsmithmusic.com and all online vendors.

“The songs capture a broad arc of my life. Each recording feels like assembling the evidence of many years.”

SINGLE RELEASE CONCEPT

Twelve songs are currently slated for a full-length album, which began an innovative “single release” schedule in May 2013 with Anywhere With You, a reflective duet featuring Smith’s wife Lauren that offers no hint of louder things to come.

“The songs are released to coincide with dates that are personally meaningful. I wrote Anywhere With You for my wife on our third anniversary because she requested a song we could perform together. I released it for her birthday months later and love that it was the song that got the ball rolling. Half Way to Grace was my next dedication to her written on our second anniversary and released recently on our fourth.”

NEW YORK CITY MUSIC VIDEO

Marc Smith is releasing a music video for New York City for New Year’s 2014. That’s the song that started it all.

“With New York City I decided that releasing a new song each month would be a promise to myself to complete a collection of recordings while also a way to present the music to fans in real time. We’re all consuming music in such diverse and instantaneous ways and the album is no longer a signature event for musicians the way it used to be.

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