Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


band members

Blake Manwaring


Influences

blink 182 , 1975, Fall Out Boy


Unearthed artists we like

Yours Alone, Buoy, oh Buoy!


Website

Bio

Magic Things is a musical/media project created for purposes of therapy and conveying journals to music.

After splitting from band Insights Fade in 2013, all members diverted into new professions and other musical projects (Magic Things, Yours Alone & Buoy,Oh Buoy!).
Blake created Magic Things originally as a solo project with no real direction and desired ideas. Writing "Shameless EP" at the beginning of 2017 laid the platform for future writing with a modern Pop Punk Rock influence. Late 2017 saw the release of the debut album "Beautiful Something".

There is more music to come. Potential genre switch ups, new sounds and awesome film clips. 2018 promises to be a great year!

Debut album is now available via the Facebook page!

Review

MightyMahar

26 Dec 2017

45

Can tell that this song was written before Not Alright and Nightmares. Great first song cause it leaves the artist open for progression. Nice work Magic Things, I hope it gets some plays on the J's.

Can tell that this song was written before Not Alright and Nightmares. Great first song cause it leaves the artist open for progression. Nice work Magic Things, I hope it gets some plays on the J's.

Review

MightyMahar

26 Dec 2017

50

Listened to Nightmares first and thought it was a complete song then listened to Not Alright. Not Alright is such a great song. Can really feel the emotion and heart break in Blakes voice. Love the 80's synth sound that comes in too.

Listened to Nightmares first and thought it was a complete song then listened to Not Alright. Not Alright is such a great song. Can really feel the emotion and heart break in Blakes voice. Love the 80's synth sound that comes in too.

Review

MightyMahar

26 Dec 2017

50

Should get this on the radio! Love the guitar and fullness of this song. Cant fault it actually

Should get this on the radio! Love the guitar and fullness of this song. Cant fault it actually