EP Review: Marko Greyhound – Demo

Marko Greyhound is a folk-punk artist from Skopje, the capital city of Macedonia. Macedonia isn’t a country which is exactly well-renowned for its punk scene; in fact this amazing wikipedia page lists just one solitary artist.

Marko’s demo EP is a great start. The thing that stands out the most is, regardless of a language barrier, the songs are heartfelt and honest. “Something to Live About” is a highlight of the EP and serves as a love letter to punk rock. Throughout the five tracks, Marko plays guitar as hard as he can and sings at the top of his lungs. There are folk influences but it’s mostly straight-up acoustic punk rock.

This demo EP is a great start for Marko Greyhound. There’s a ton of potential, his vocals are unique and the songs are melodic and heartfelt. It’s worth checking out if you like acoustic punk. You can stream the EP here.

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Max Qayyum

Max Qayyum

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