Marcome releases Twitter Me Some Love - watch video

Canadian musical artist Marcomé has released her latest single, "Twitter Me Some Love" as a tribute to the community she has found on the microblogging service.


Marcome - Twitter Me Some Love

Instead of joining the chorus of songs that make fun of people "addicted" to Twitter, Marcome's new release is perhaps the first ode to the service that celebrates the friendships that can be made there.

"Twitter Me Some Love" features Quebec artist Bruno Pelletier's sultry vocals and Marc Langis (Celine Dion) on bass and was beautifully animated by Véloce Animation from Montreal.

The song and visuals come together to powerfully explore how Twitter brings together people from around the world, connecting them in ways never before possible.

Marcomé is proud to offer you Twitter me some Love.

Watch video:

About Marcomé:

While her main instrument is her voice, Marcomé blends her lyrics with a unique wordless language that brings us in an atmospheric universe. She carefully fuses different world music influences with jazz style and classical vocals, creating an entirely different New World music genre. She also is a keyboardist and proficient percussionist and produces, arranges, remixes and engineers all her musical works.

She has collaborated with many artists, including Diana Krall, Cecilia Bartoli, Le Cirque du Soleil, Branford Marsalis, Sir George Martin, Tom Waits, Daniel Lanois, Pat Metheny and Yes.

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