Rob Marshall
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Watch the official video for 'Beehive' - The debut single from 'Gargoyle 'written by Mark Lanegan and Rob Marshall.



One of the best British guitarists of the last 25 years.
— Guitarist Magazine

British guitarist, songwriter and producer Rob Marshall, is a musician driving towards an undeniably successful future in music.  Having performed in signed / cult bands for over 8 years (Exit Calm - AC30, Cooking Vinyl), Rob remained relatively unknown until 2016, when he began writing and producing for the iconic lyricist Mark Lanegan, resulting in their debut collaboration ‘Gargoyle’ - the 5 star LP released in 2017 (Heavenly). In the short time since, Rob has quickly developed a reputation as an other-worldly talent in music, immersing the listener straight into the tripped out, mesmerising world he creates.  Now signed to Warp Music Publishing and Ignition Records, Rob is set to unleash his debut solo project 'Humanist' in 2019 - an album which will showcase his distinctive writing, guitar work and productions, which are increasingly in demand with the elite of performers worldwide.



After the incredible success of their 2017 collaboration ‘Gargoyle’, Mark Lanegan and Rob Marshall have collaborated for the second time, with Rob having co-written and co-produced 6 tracks on Mark Lanegan’s forthcoming LP, set for release on Heavenly Recordings in October 2019. Notorious for his epic live performances, playing music with heart, style and integrity, euphoria and hedonism.



Humanist will be Rob Marshall’s debut solo project, due for release in late 2019 - an immense, highly original and groundbreaking debut, featuring the vocals of Mark Lanegan (Queens Of The Stone Age), Joel Cadbury (UNKLE), Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode) Jim Jones (Jim Jones Revue / Thee Hypnotics), Carl Hancock Rux (David Holmes) and Ron Sexsmith to name a few. 


Discography / Listen

Humanist - Ring Of Truth ft. Carl Hancock Rux - CLICK IMAGE TO LISTEN

Humanist - Ring Of Truth ft. Carl Hancock Rux - CLICK IMAGE TO LISTEN



Photography by Mark Tierney