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“I’m Over You” - Matt Marcii & Andrea Ekeli | Review

“I’m Over You” is a catchy dance tune for Miss Moving on!

A fun electropop collaboration between Marcii and Ekeli, “I’m Over You” is a danceable track perfect for summer. I love the melody of this song, it just sounds like pure sunshine. This song feels like saying, “no hard feelings, but I am moving onwards and upwards”.

This is another of Matt Marcii's ambitious collaboration tracks and is Andrea Ekeli's debut release as a featured artist. Matt crafted the Sigala-esque summer banger in his studio and then worked with the Norwegian powerhouse Andrea Ekeli to write the lyrics and melody of the song together over the internet. Andrea recorded the vocals in Norway and then sent them over to Matt to mix and master.

Matt Marcii is a pop producer and writer based in Suffolk, England. He discovered his love for music whilst at University in Scotland and started writing songs and recording fellow students in his student halls at local recording studios in Stirling. Matt Marcii (pronounces Mar-Sea) name is said to be inspired by three of his biggest icons. Two inside of music and one from outside of music. No one has guessed all three role models correctly. Matt Marcii’s simple aim is to create catchy melodies that stay buried in the listener's minds after the first lesson. Matt is inspired by great Swedish songwriters and grew up playing and listening to orchestral music which crops up in his pop productions.

Andrea Ekeli is a Norwegian singer and songwriter. Growing up by the coast in east Norway, Andrea's music taste has been strongly influenced by the Scandanavian pop scene. At nineteen, after graduating a three-year high school music program in 2018, she moved to London to furhter study vocal performance at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. Andrea is at present working towards finishing her degree, with a growing passion for writing pop music.

"The melodic and rhythmic elements in a song have always been the defining elements for me. The art is to match a good lyric with an equally good melody and vice versa." - Andrea Ekeli

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