London based vocalist and producer margomool has returned with their latest single 'The Space Between' featuring South London poet tom theythem, marking the announcement of their debut and self-produced EP misconceptions which is due to be released later this year. The track produces a groovy and infectious sound as margomool draws influences from Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Fat Freddy's Drop and 4hero.
Coming from their debut audio-visual project 'Strip It' which was screened at the London Independent Film Festival, margomool effortlessly blends folk, soul, prog-rock and jazz whilst 'The Space Between' is an extension of margomool's influences in soul and their spin on it.
The funky track is an ode to anyone living outside the gender binary. As margomool presents themselves openly as a non-binary person, 'The Space Between' is a track that forcefully demands that we have control over our own bodies and how we are undefinable. Written in a moment of processing frequent anger that margomool felt as a gender non-conforming person, they also believe that the collaboration with another genderqueer vocalist tom theythem was successful in pushing boundaries and a necessity to have by their side in an industry of mainly cisgender people.
With this track a concoction of all their conversations, tears, laughter and screams they have both had for transgender liberation, 'The Space Between' is a track that will be one of many by margomool that can break boundaries and make people feel like they have a safe space within their music, and someone they can relate to. This brand new artist is beginning to scratch the surface of providing a fresh and essential perspective with their unique style of production, fundamental narratives and lyrics as well as working and uplifting with other queer creatives in the scene such as graphic designer Darling Baby Jay for their single artwork.
Listen to 'The Space Between' right here!