Marie Reiter is a Brussels-born, Berlin-based singer-songwriter which recently flew on our radar after recently dropping her new electronic-pop track, ‘Burn‘. Reiter’s new track is our favourite of three that have recently been unveiled over the last handful of months because of its progressive beat-driven musical arrangement. The other two songs are the glittery-pop track, ‘Limbo‘ and the hyper-atmospheric song, ‘Yesterday‘. Expect these songs to be officially be released on Marie Reiter’s upcoming album titled, ‘Nazareth’ on January 31, 2017.

Something that caught our eye was the beautiful piece of art that was used to represent the song, ‘Burn’. The piece is titled, ‘Waiting for the train station’ and was painted by German painter, Alexander Denkert. Reiter says she feels the painting has a mysterious and a luminous feel, which fits quite well with Burn”.

Marie Reiter plans on setting a small tour in Germany and Belgium after the early 2017 of ‘Nazareth’. We recommend liking Marie Reiter on Facebook to ensure that you don’t miss any of the confirmed dates and locations!

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Aaron McMillan

Aaron is the Founder / Chief Editor and curator of Indie Underground. He was the Festival / Music Director for the 2017 Dundas Street Festival and the Music Director in 2016. He is scene builder / promoter for select events in London Ontario, Toronto, Canada, and Southwestern Ontario. When Aaron's not working on Indie Underground, you'll usually find him at a concert or DIY event. He's a sucker for anything that glows in the dark and the company of his cat, Charlie. Watch for Aaron to make a return to DJing in 2018 when he will begin to mix Trance.