ATLANTA, GA- Accessible on all streaming platforms October 22nd 2020, Give penance the Cleric, a collection of standout tracks recorded as Marco’s rap persona, A.Tone Da Priest, as well as unreleased B-sides and demos from that time period, guarantees to be a boisterous undertaking full of shaking riffs, diverse tunes and thought inciting lyrics.
Marco has expressed that he plans on taking a break from producing music beneath his government title, and will before long start making ventures with his modern band Ever Been Blue. “I put this together as a way to close the door on my solo career for now... Going forward I will produce music in the context of a band with other musicians contributing. When I record solo again, then Marco Restrepo will return.” Marco was the sole contributor and on all but 3 of the 21 tracks on the LP.
The venture contains a wide assortment of sounds and surfaces with everything from acoustic, to quick paced punk, and even a trap beat. The lead single is the mid-tempo grunge number titled “Blue Sky” which has as of now picked up over 20k streams on Spotify since its initial release on the 2012 album, October Sky, and guarantees a long awaited music video within the coming weeks. “I think this music got lost being put out under A.Tone, so my reasoning is to expose people who may only know me as Marco to the origins of my guitar driven music.” The album art was created by Atlanta based craftsman Signs By Trent.
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