Magnolia Park drop new single Tokyo

Florida based Magnolia Park have released their latest single “Tokyo” featuring guest vocals from Christo Bowman of LA alternative band, Bad Suns. This is the perfect collaboration for the band as they evolve into a new era of their sound, embracing alt-pop motifs with layers of glittery synths and catchy, romantic lyrics. Complete with trap bass and a nostalgic horn section to heighten the dreamy soundscape, Magnolia Park sets the tone for listeners to “immerse themselves in the dystopian love of Tokyo” according the band. Accompanying the single is a sci-fi style Orie McGinness directed music video that captures the group performing in an abandoned industrial city.

Rooted in pop-punk sensibilities while keeping true to their unique styles, Magnolia Park incorporates elements of hip-hop, emo and alternative pop into their music. Originally produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember,) “Tokyo” was then worked on by Matt Malpass (Blink 182, Travis Barker, MGK) and mixed by Alex Ghenea (blackbear, Ariana Grande) for a true mashup of Y2K and Gen Z pop-punk.

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