Emerging artist Marsh announced the release of the title track off his forthcoming album, Lailonie which is currently available to stream/download via Anjunadeep.

“Lailone” is a testament to the healing and spiritual power of music in the face of adversity, which has come together in the wake of the passing of a beloved family member. A three-year project in the making, the album is inspired by his life experiences and travels while he was producing it. 

“Lailonie’, pronounced ‘Lay-lah-knee’, has been a safe place for me to express a multitude of feelings, moments, and memories I’ve experienced over the last three years. The album is a series of snapshots taken at different points as I’ve processed moving to a new country, getting married, traveling to different places. I’ve also experienced the pain of loss. We unexpectedly and suddenly had to say goodbye to Maddy’s Mom Carme at the end of 2018. I’ve had to rapidly learn how to love and stand by Maddy as we process this pain. We live in a world with so much going on. I think it’s important to have a safe place where you can go to catch your breath, process life, and grow.  ‘Lailonie’ has been that place for me. I hope it can be that place for you.”


 Featuring collaborations from a vast selection of music artists from an array of genres, Lailonie features organic house music producer Wassu, jazz vocalist Leo Wood, UK producer Phenoir, vocalist Mariel Beausejour, Austin-based songstress Mimi Page, and progressive house producer Forerunners. The album follows the release of his lauded collaboration with Nox Vahn on, “Come Together.”

Tom Marshall, more commonly known by his artist name Marsh, is a rising electronic music producer who has been supported by the likes of Joris Voorn, Kölsch, Rufus Du Sol, Pete Tong, Danny Howard, and Phil Taggart at BBC Radio 1. He has also performed at venerated venues including Printworks London and The Brooklyn Mirage.  

Marsh – Lailonie tracklist

  1. Florence
  2. Lailonie
  3. Amor
  4. My Stripes
  5. Healer
  6. Wasn’t Enough
  7. Don’t Wait
  8. There For Me
  9. Over & Over
  10. Foss
  11. Carme
  12. Beech Street