Margot Day

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Margot Day is a singer, flutist, songwriter, and poet.

Day began her career in New York City with the band The Plague (1986 - 1988), releasing her album "Naraka". Margot Day went on to record another album in 1997-2001, releasing the "Solo & SACRED!" CDs ("Ladybug Band" (2002 - 2003)). She worked on her album "mOss circle" in 2009 - 2010, later releasing the mOss circle CD. Released The Wave in 2016 for the new project Metamorph..... Margot Day’s new project, Metamorph, features four new songs with singles and videos, focusing on the four elements. “The Wave” (water,) available now, and the upcoming Fire Monkey (fire). Wings (air)m and Mindblown (earth).

Day mixes styles and ideas creating an alchemy of sound and visuals to portray how our lives are ever changing, metamorphosing from caterpillar to butterfly, or rising from the ashes like a phoenix.

The elements are also metamorphic, water evaporating into air, earth being transformed by fire to lava. Without change, life is not possible.

Metamorph - Music for Morphing, become the wave, the phoenix, the butterfly, the pirate….

Touring soon….

A CMJ New Music Report ( [1] (featured review in the 'Futures' section) is below.

"Margot Day has already recorded a debut full-length album and has gained some notoriety for working with the Beastie BoysAdam Yauch and Nada Surf’s Ira Elliot on various projects. Her new self-titled EP continues to document her intense songwriting style and futuristic vocal and flute sounds. Day, classically trained in opera and in playing the flute, demonstrates her dramatic style with electronic-based musical accompaniment and dark, sensual vocals. Vocally, she’s similar in style to Kate Bush and Tori Amos...". [2]


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