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Austrian artist MAVI PHOENIX shares new anthem for troubled relationships

The controversial artist Mavi Phoenix will be dropping her newest single Ibiza today via LLT Records. Mavi Phoenix has a ever expanding fanbase, with over 4.5 million streams on Spotify, and has also performed at multiple European festivals including The Great Escape, Primavera Sound, Roskilde and Melt!

 

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MAVI PHOENIX announces ‘Young Prophet II’ EP shares ‘Ibiza’ Single

A new anthem for troubled relationships

Austria’s Mavi Phoenix will be releasing her latest single, titled ‘Ibiza’ on the 10th August via LLT Records. The new track follows the release of recent singles ‘Los Santos’, ‘Yellow’ , ‘Bite’ , ‘Trends’ and acclaimed debut EP ‘Young Prophet’ (2017). Last month, as a way to lash out against the toxic culture of internet mob mentality, Mavi Phoenix produced the single ‘Los Santos’ within a day, shot a video and dropped it spontaneously. The song caught the attention of many, including platinum selling Italian DJ/Producer Crookers who made their own distinct version of it. ‘Los Santos’ and ‘Ibiza’ will form part of Mavi Phoenix’s highly anticipated ‘Young Prophet II’ EP, scheduled to be released October 5.

 

Mavi Phoenix has a fast-growing fanbase, boasting over 4.5 million streams on Spotify, and has performed at multiple European festivals already, including The Great Escape, Primavera Sound, Roskilde and Melt!. Her work so far has caught the attention of international tastemakers such as i-D, Nylon, The Line of Best Fit, The Fader, Highsnobiety, Red Bull Music, Clash Mag, Wonderland Mag, Majestic Casual and COLORS, who hosted a performance of her single 'Yellow'.

 

The 22-year old Mavi Phoenix is originally from Linz, Austria and now living in Vienna but is currently on the road and will be embarking on her first European headline tour this Autumn. Mavi Phoenix began singing, rapping and producing at just 11 years old and in that time has developed her own distinct style of music production. While Mavi Phoenix’s sound is very diverse, she maintains her own unique style of underground pop, filling her tracks with infectious beats, auto-tuned vocals and clever word-play. This is a musician who encourages honesty and individuality, in both life and music, which is wonderfully refreshing in today’s age.

 

For ‘Ibiza’, this multi-talented artist really tells it like it is, getting to the nitty gritty of something that we can all relate to - trust, heartbreak and rocky relationships. ‘Ibiza’ is probably Mavi’s most intimate song so far, providing sound and story for difficult relationships. Speaking about ‘Ibiza’ Mavi says, “It’s my soundtrack for when you realize that you don’t fit together, but it’s super hard to let go and you get stuck in reminiscence.”

Listen: MAVI PHOENIX - "Ibiza"
Listen: MAVI PHOENIX - "Ibiza"

 

Mavi Phoenix Upcoming Live dates (more to be announced):

August 10-11 : FRAC Festival, Parco Scolacium, Rocceletta di Borgia (IT)

August 17-19 : MS Dockville, Hamburg (DE)

October 5-6 : Spring Attitude Festival, Rome (IT)

October 22 : Vega, Copenhagen (DK)

November 7-11 : Iceland Airwaves, Reykjavík (IS)

November 15 : Yuca, Cologne (DE)

November 16 : Kantine am Berghain, Berlin (DE)

November 17 : Turmzimmer, Hamburg (DE)

November 20 : Rockhouse, Salzburg (AT)

November 21 : PPC, Graz (AT)

November 22 : Flex, Vienna (AT)

November 23 : p.m.k, Innsbruck (AT)

November 24 : PosthofLinz (AT)

November 28 : Pop Up!, Paris (FR)

November 29 : Sidecar, Barcelona (ES)

November 30 : Changó, Madrid (ES)

December 1 : Dabadaba, San Sebastian (ES)

December 5 : Ampere, Munich (DE)

December 6 : EXIL, Zurich (CH)

December 7 : Palace, St. Gallen (CH)

December 8 : Kaserne (Rosstall 1), Basel (CH)

Mavi Phoenix - Trends (official)

Mavi Phoenix - Love Longtime (LIVE Donauinselfest FM4)

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