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Myrta - ‘Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer’s Day?’

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An immersive classical and art-pop artist taking on the moniker of Myrta, musician, multi-instrumentalist, and composer Martina Stoye has recently shared her transcendent new single ‘Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer’s Day?’.

The new single is the first music we’ve heard from Myrta this year, following two gorgeous singles last year in ‘The Willow Tree’ and ‘Swan Song’, which have quickly gained over 28,000 streams each. A natural progression in her sound, the new single continues to see Myrta creating her own world of sound, naturally blending classical sounds with new, poetic forms of thinking. As a multi-instrumentalist and singer, she creates an ongoing interplay of the analogue and digital, genres and influences, past and present, creating timeless compositions that can be enjoyed through any moment.

Inspired by the immortal line from Shakespeare’s ‘Sonnet 18’, ‘Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer’s Day?’ is another perfect example of her multi-faceted and wonderfully hybrid sound, journeying through genres and styles, and taking lead from the footholds left by Shakespeare and Henry Fothergill Chorley. Complete with layered beats, glistening synths, and constantly evolving soundscapes, Myrta’s sound is always engaging and absolutely impossible to deny.

The new single is available now on Spotify, where it has already garnered over 30,000 streams in just a short time. Arguably her most defining release to date, it’s definitely one worth exploring.

Along with the release of the new track, Myrta has also shared news of a full-length album that is currently in production. Recorded along with musician and producer Michael Gramm, the album is set to be a marked continuation of the singles, offering more of Myrta’s unique and wonderfully enchanting musical worlds.

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