Scally returns with new track ‘MRZ (honest)’

Grant Brydon

1 year ago

By Grant Brydon

After releasing his debut solo EP, BOY, in the last quarter of 2017, Halfbrother vocalist and producer Scally returns with a new offering for the new year.

Recorded in an old hearing aid test room, ‘MRZ (honest)’ catches Scally reflecting on a night spent with expensive drinks and an old friend back home in Lincolnshire. The yearning lyrics are backed by a delicate, slow-building soundscape driven by tear-jerking keys.

“All the songs I’ve come up with have been in London,” he says. “Whenever I’ve been away or back home, it’s never happened. This one is the first that I wrote back in Horncastle. This particular song is about a messy night with an old friend. The MRZ bit stands for Machine Readable Passport, take from that what you will.”

Press play on the song below, and look out for more music from Scally in the near future…