Stompa Font

About Stompa Font

Stompa font here refers to the font used in the cover artwork of Stompa, which is a song performed by Canadian singer Serena Ryder. The song was written by Ryder and Jerrod Bettis for Ryder’s sixth studio album Harmony.

The font used in the cover for the singer name is probably Futura Medium while the song title uses an expressive display font named Marlowe Escapade. Designed by Marcus Sterz, Marlowe is a typeface consisting of four fonts: the Regular is for headlines and subtitles while the Escapade, Swirl and Cocktail variants are charming display fonts. You can view more details about the font family here.

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Marlowe Typeface in Use

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