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"Believe It" single out 07.10.20 

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Multimagic Releases New Anthemic Single “Believe It” Out 07.10.20 


In April, Ohio indie pop band Multimagic released their debut LP Manic Daze exclusively on vinyl via Soul Step Records. As the pandemic wore on, the band decided to push back the album’s digital release in order to reevaluate their path forward. On July 10th, the band’s first single from the record, “Believe It” will be available on all streaming platforms with the album to follow on September 4th, 2020. 


Multimagic vocalist and songwriter Coran Stetter believes music is a way to connect with each other collectively through our individual struggles. He describes “Believe It” as “a song about removing yourself from toxic relationships and situations.” and goes on to clarify “While the song is about trusting yourself to pursue happiness, the chorus “I don’t believe it / I don’t need this” is not an anthem referring to Covid-19, as the song was written before the pandemic.” The band makes it clear they support the collective effort to social distance, wear masks, and generally do what is needed to help flatten the curve.  Stetter says “Multimagic is a communal live experience we wish we could entertain right now, but we all need to take this time to keep people safe.” Instead, the band has focused their efforts on creating music videos, performing live streams and figuring out the most effective way to release music during this unprecedented time. Multimagic vocalist and keyboardist Meg Kecskes adds that “Believe It” may serve as a reminder “We don’t believe this pandemic is stronger than us, but  together, we will make it through.” “Believe It” will be available on all platforms 07.10.20.


Multimagic is an Ohio-based indie pop band founded by singer-songwriter Coran Stetter. The band caught an early break when a demo of their song "Let Go" gained traction, garnering a devoted fanbase in their hometown of Cincinnati and appearances at music festivals SXSW, CMJ, MPMF & Bunbury. 


However, in February of 2017, Stetter suffered from a misdiagnosis & was overprescribed prednisone & codeine, which led to a period that the young songwriter describes as a "manic daze" that changed the course of his life. During his recovery, many of Stetter's friends & former bandmates had left him to fend for himself, so he spent the next year rebuilding relationships & fostering new ones. Multimagic now comprises guitarist James Ruehlman, drummer Evan Brown, keyboardist Meg Kecskes & bassist Anthony Maley.

Reconnecting with music was an important part of Stetter's recovery & his bout with mental illness and search for redemption became themes of the band’s debut record, Manic Daze. 



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