Northern Ireland's Naomi Hamilton, aka Jealous of the Birds, has revealed the opening track from her forthcoming Wisdom Teeth EP.

Built on a soothing guitar melody, Hamilton's angelic vocals are like a dream you don't want to wake up from.

As the chorus crashes into the track like a violent wave, Hamilton gives a hearty burst of emotion as she navigates through life's obstacles in an endearing manner.

Speaking about her new offering, Hamilton explains, ""‘Marrow" is my attempt to articulate what it’s like to be a human being navigating one’s inner and outer worlds. After I graduated uni a year ago, I became much more resolute about chasing a life in music, art and travelling. To me, this song captures that sense of striving for authenticity in all its colours and forms -- whether that’s in love, in one’s career, or in one’s spirituality. I think it also taps into this idea of the individual versus the collective, and the ways we assimilate what’s happening for us on a personal level with all the chaos and intensity of the world at large. "

"Marrow" is the first track to be revealed from Hamilton's forthcoming EP, which will arrive after The Moths of What I Want Will Eat Me in My Sleep EP which arrived earlier this year.

Tracklist:

  1. Marrow
  2. New York Has a Lump in Her Throat
  3. Blue Eyes
  4. Kosiskelu
  5. Clementina
"Marrow" is out now. Jealous of the Birds Wisdom Teeth EP lands on 1 February via Hand In Hive. Jealous of the Birds performs some UK shows to close the year, including a performance at London's The Islington on 15 November. Find out more.