Multifaceted, award-winning and platinum-selling pop innovator Marina (previously Marina and the Diamonds) returns with her eagerly anticipated new single ‘Handmade Heaven’. Marina’s first solo material in four years, ‘Handmade Heaven’ is released today Friday 8th February via Atlantic Records.

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Produced by Grammy award-winner Joel Little (Lorde, Khalid, Sam Smith), ‘Handmade Heaven’ is a lush, surging slice of piano-laced pop and a welcome reintroduction to Marina’s distinctive, ethereal vocals. The powerful, self-penned track finds MARINA imagining a world as simple as the beautiful creatures and nature that surround her.

The stunning Sophie Muller directed video for ‘Handmade Heaven’ premieres on YouTube at 5pm GMT and can be watched here:

MARINA – Handmade Heaven [Official Music Video]

Official Music Video | MARINA – Handmade Heaven My new album Love + Fear is out now. to the MARINA YouTube Channel …

‘Handmade Heaven’ is the first taste of Marina’s forthcoming new album following a three year hiatus from the music industry. Marina used her break as a period of reflection and to rediscover her authentic self, as opposed to the artist and persona (‘and The Diamonds’) she had lived and breathed since signing her record deal at the age of 22. As part of her journey, she createdMarinaBook as a vehicle to talk about topics outside of music that felt important to her (social media, material status, mental health, psychology) and went back to university to study human personality and attachment theory.

MARINA has spent the past two years writing and recording the new record across London, Sweden and LA with esteemed names including Noonie Bao, Sam De Jong, Oscar Görres, Camille Purcell, Justin Parker and Joe Janiak.

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