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Marina and the Diamonds
Marina's candy-coated breakup anthem gets a video teaser, and it looks perfect.
Marina and the Diamonds just released the North American dates for her upcoming Neon Nature Tour.
Marina performed the somber sounding "Happy," for Nylon magazine, and if ever there were a song that more perfectly encapsulates the idea of emotional dualities, we haven't heard it yet.
The video's a '70s dreamscape, director Markus Lundqvist says.
We're taking a look back at the albums we've loved from 2015 so far, from Madonna to Fall Out Boy to Marina And The Diamonds.
Marina Diamandis, flawless frontwoman of Marina and the Diamonds, appeared on Good Morning America Wednesday (March 25) to talk about her new album, Froot, and perform her latest single "Forget."
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Marina and the Diamonds' new album doesn't drop until April 3, but you can pass the time by listening to two new tracks: "Gold" and "Blue."
Marina and the Diamonds released her latest video for the song 'Immortal' on Dec. 31, and, in typical Marina fashion, it ushered in the new year with a look on the cyclical nature of life, death and everything in between.