Welcome to the online home of singer-songwriter Philip Marino!

"A wonderfully produced album, Chasing Ghosts is the manifestation of all that is good about the genre and our lives." - Liverpool Sound and Vision

"There is a real sense that having got your attention he has a story to tell and some wisdom to share... A strong set that seethes with potent energy, a real grower." - Northern Sky Magazine

"‘Days Like These’ is a captivating journey with the focus on the storyteller and his guitar. Philip has a vocal presence which you would expect from the old time legends of the Americana world." - The Appetizer Radio Show

"As a singer-songwriter, Philip Marino takes on the role of advisor, offering experiential advice with the soft tones of a healer, the eye of a skilled observer, and the warmth of a friend." - The Alternate Root

Philip Marino is pleased to announce that pre-orders are now available for his new album, Chasing Ghosts! You can pre-order digital copies of the album at iTunes (UK), iTunes (US)Google Play Store, Amazon (UK), and Amazon (US). You can also pre-order physical copies of the CD at Bandcamp.

'Chasing Ghosts' - set for official release on the 27th of July, 2018 - is a 10-track album recorded at The Boathouse Studios (a converted boathouse) along the River Orwell in Suffolk, England. It was co-produced by Adam Bowers and Marino. The first single from the album is the title track, Chasing Ghosts. This new album follows Marino’s critically-acclaimed 2017 EP Days Like These, on which Marino worked with producer and singer-songwriter Simone Felice (producer of The Lumineers) and James Felice of The Felice Brothers.

Marino is an American singer-songwriter (alt-country/Americana) living in England, who has been playing shows from London to Norwich for the past 6 years. Influenced at a young age by the likes of John Mellencamp, Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan, the music he makes today is a mix of storytelling and soul-searching. In addition to playing live, he's had his songs played on radio stations around the world, including BBC radio.