Lola Marsh solidify their friendship with ‘Someday Tomorrow Maybe’.

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Lola Marsh solidify their friendship with ‘Someday Tomorrow Maybe’.

The cover of Lola Marsh’s second studio album, ‘Someday Tomorrow Maybe’.

The cover of Lola Marsh’s second studio album, ‘Someday Tomorrow Maybe’.

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The cover of Lola Marsh’s second studio album, ‘Someday Tomorrow Maybe’.

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The cover of Lola Marsh’s second studio album, ‘Someday Tomorrow Maybe’.

Mason Montano, Music Editor

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Israeli indie pop band Lola Marsh originally formed in February 2011 as a duo consisting of Yael Shoshana Cohen as lead vocalist and Gil Landau as lead musician, and while several other band members came and went, Cohen and Landau have always been the heart of the group.

They released their debut single, “Sirens”, in March 2015, and soon after, the song gained over a million streams on Spotify and reached no. 5 on the Top 10 Most Viral Tracks chart in the United States.

Their debut EP, You’re Mine, was released in January 2016 as the prelude to their debut album, Remember Roses, which followed in June 2017 to great success, and their second studio album, Someday Tomorrow Maybe, was released in late January.

Someday Tomorrow Maybe is a cinematic alternative pop record inspired by the evolution of Cohen and Landau’s relationship from friends to collaborators to lovers and back to friends. The production is mainly acoustic, and Cohen’s bright vocals add a sense of warmth to the somewhat somber tracks.

The album’s concept is explored on songs like “Strangers on the Subway”, whose chorus reads as follows:

“There was a time we were like strangers on the subway / Another time we were enemies at heart / You were my lover, now my friend / You’re my brother till the end”

Although their romantic relationship didn’t work out, the two remain close friends and will always be there for one another, signifying a truly dedicated friendship.

This resolution wasn’t easy to reach, however, as revealed on the fourth single, “Hold On”, with the pair describing a “chaotic” and “confusing” time in their lives when they were struggling to keep the band together on top of dealing with problems in their personal lives.

But Someday Tomorrow Maybe isn’t all sad thanks to alternative bangers like the lead single, “Echoes”. Inspired by the duo’s love for Westerns, the track is about the lonesome moment that comes just before falling asleep, when all the thoughts and stress of the day begin to fade as you slip into a dreamlike state.

Not only is “Echoes” one of the few upbeat songs on the record, it’s also one of the core tracks, hence the decision to release it as the lead single, and its reprise, “Where Are You Tonight?”, closes the album the same way it started: with a bang!

Someday Tomorrow Maybe is a sublime body of work, representing the loyalty between a pair of true friends who will go to the ends of the Earth for one another, thus, solidifying their relationship through music.

Someday Tomorrow Maybe is available now across all online and streaming platforms.

Stream Someday Tomorrow Maybe on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6ECJjotZuyQKgw3VtMWpVy?si=CvwQH5-GTd6OYq1MFVLjBg 

Watch the music video for “Echoes”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wggVs0rRqds

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The members of Lola Marsh; Gil Landau (left) and Yael Shoshana Cohen (right); in the music video for “Echoes”.