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Some of their notable headline slots have been the B&K Riverside Festival stage, Castle Rock Yard Party, Dot 2 Dot Festival and Radfest 2018. They have also supported bands and artists such as You Want Fox and The Soap Girls. As well as their standard drums-guitar-keys setup, Marty often perform with a unique acoustic setup, which they have showcased on Notts TV and Fly FM. They have also been writing some songs with Chris Bourne who is the brother of James Bourne from the band Busted.





Mark Wakeman – Indie Midlands - ‘With its accomplished sound and tight chorus harmonies, this song has a maturity which belies the girl’s obvious youth. But it also has a blend of younger pop giving it a freshness that a more mature act lacks, think post-Go-Gos early solo era Belinda Carlisleperhaps. It’s definitely got me wanting to hear more from Marty’ -http://indiemidlands.com/marty-worst-case-scenario/





 Dean Jackson on the single ‘Fame’ – BBC Radio Nottingham – “It really did set the email system ablaze, people love this track!”


BBC Introducing East Midlands – Live Studio Interview -






BBC Introducing East Midlands - ‘There's been a lot of excitement about this next track from @TheBandMarty - a Nottingham/Derby hybrid with a wonderful sound! This is
'Fame'!’- https://twitter.com/BBCintroEMids/status/1091808380115664896





Get In Her Ears - Kate Crudgington - ‘A poppy lament about the desire to be in the spotlight, Nottingham newcomers Marty have shared their new single ‘Fame’. After working as solo artists, the trio came together to create their uplifting brand of girl power pop just over a year ago’





Mark Shardlow BBC Reporter @ Radfest Festival 2018 - ‘We loved having Marty at RadFest. They were a great festival band with their mix of styles appealing to a broad audience. They’re equally at home in more intimate settings. We liked the girl-power attitude and the back-story of the band really resonated with our target crowd.’





The Maze Nottingham - ‘'I am the owner of the Maze and have been for 12 years and in that time have seen thousands of acts. You guys blew me away about tonight! You all have amazing voices and your harmonies are stunning plus your original material is very well written and catchy! I have had Jake Bugg, Saint Raymond, Kagoule and Sleaford Mods all do gigs here in their early days and you were easily as impressive as any'