19 year-old Vancouver artist Marto has shared a fresh new visual for his song “Innocent”, produced by Joshwa. The artist, whose music frequently blends idiosyncratic experimentation with relatability for an engaging, progressive listen, continues his streak of prolific releases with “Innocent.” The track’s forward-thinking style and colorful sonics make it a suitable soundtrack for the digital age, and its new accompanying visual does well to enhance its energizing mood.
“Innocent”‘s vibrant production contains summery, balmy guitars drifting atop fast-paced drums that draw influence from electronic genres like DnB as well as indie rock. Vocally, Marto delivers dextrous, airy melodies that linger in the listener’s head, showcasing his sharp songwriting abilities. Full of energy and charisma, the track captivates the listener with its genre-bending sound.
The accompanying visual, shot at iconic Canadian sites such as the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Garden in Vancouver as well as Drumheller in Alberta by Sam Taye, is colorful and poignant. It utilizes rapid, saturated shots to capture the track’s infectious youthfulness and unceasing vitality, while also featuring an entertaining performance from Marto that keeps the viewer glued to the screen throughout.
The latest from Marto, “Innocent” makes for a forward-thinking, vivid release and has us excited for what may be coming next from him.
Watch the video for “Innocent” now: