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  • Writer's pictureKhushi Ruprela

“Marty McFly” by ETTIE, a City-Pop Recognition to Queer Love

Ettie, a London-based singer-songwriter, offers a refreshing blend of anxious, gay, and caffeinated tunes that fuel the angsty blues of her listeners. Armed with an English Literature degree and a profound connection to millennial angst, Ettie possesses a unique talent for crafting storytelling through her music. As a queer artist, Ettie fearlessly delves into the depths of existential uncertainty, ready to be the soundtrack to your extra gay emo phase. Her honest and heartfelt songs about queer love and life resonate against a backdrop of nostalgic melodies. Following the success of her EP 'Manic Pixie Dream Girl' and hits like 'I'm Sorry to my Exes' and 'Until I Met U,' Ettie has made a significant mark in the queer-pop scene. Influenced by artists like Avril Lavigne, Hayley Williams, and Pale Waves, Ettie's music is a compelling blend of raw honesty and exciting narrative, establishing her as one of the most promising new artists in the music scene.



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Fasten your seatbelts and get ready tread into the unknown with Ettie through Marty McFly.

In "Marty McFly," Ettie masterfully combines elements of nostalgia, queer identity exploration, and a quest for self-acceptance. The song, paying homage to the cult classic film "Back to the Future," serves as an emotional anthem of personal discovery, delving into the regrets and revelations of the artist's own journey. Its introspective lyrics touch on the universal theme of coming out as queer, capturing the common sentiment of longing to provide guidance to one's younger self. With a skillful blend of distorted guitars and thunderous drums, the track seamlessly bridges the past and present, immersing listeners in its raw and energetic 1980s-inspired sonic landscape. ettie's emotionally charged vocals and heartfelt storytelling make "Marty McFly" a standout alternative rock track that explores queer love and life through authenticity and vulnerability.


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