Yael and Gil’s path as Lola Marsh has already taken them much further than they ever imagined going together  and yet, this is only the beginning .The You’re Mine EP perfectly reveals Lola Marsh’s sound, which is at once intimate and cinematic, drawing upon diverse influences including Spaghetti WesternsElvis, Edith Piaf, Sufjan Stevens, and the Indonesian and Japanese melodies Yael discovered in her parents’ record collection when she was a child. In addition to their beloved singles  “You’re Mine” and “Sirens,” the recording—produced by Gil at Anova Studios and his own home studio.

Lola Marsh gave a much-discussed performance at Primavera Sound in 2014 that the influential L.A. radio station KCRW called “incredible,” adding that Yael was “clearly meant for the stage.” “Sirens,” their first single, debuted in March 2015; it quickly received a million streams and reached #5 on Spotify’s list of the Top 10 Most Viral Tracks in U.S. Their second single, “You’re Mine,” garnered two millions plays on Spotify and landed in the service’s top 3 Most Viral Tracks as well as in the top 3 of Hype Machine’s Most Popular Tracks ranking.