Mackenzie Nicole’s “Fun” Song And Accompanying Video Out Now From Her Album ‘Mystic’

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Independent Music Media*

 

STRANGE MAIN (THE POP MUSIC DIVISION OF STRANGE MUSIC)      

RELEASES MACKENZIE NICOLE’S “FUN”

SONG AND ACCOMPANYING VIDEO OUT TODAY FROM HER ALBUM MYSTIC 

SET TO PERFORM AND SPEAK ON TEDX TED TALK FEBRUARY 29

 

“When I believed death was imminent and I was entirely alone, I threw caution to the wind. I did whatever I wanted whenever I wanted, answering to no one (not even myself) for my actions with no regard for the consequences. The joy of recklessness was short-lived, however, and at the end of the day, I felt empty. Maybe I wasn’t having ‘Fun’.”

– Mackenzie Nicole

 

Strange Main, the pop music division of Strange Music, released Mackenzie Nicole’s Mystic on February 14, accompanied by a no-holds-barred video series. While Mystic perfectly combines sultry sounds with pop sensibilities, it also opens a conversation to further break the mental health stigma. “A stunning album, which is chockfull of beautifully expressive songs and catchy hooks. What makes the album really stand out is the fact that Mackenzie poured her heart into her songs, but at the same time, maintaining a catchy and appealing sound with some great hooks and memorable lyrics that won’t get out of your head so easily.” – Band Camp Diaries

 

Stream “Fun” here:  http://smarturl.it/FunMN

 

“Fun” is the third song and accompanying video that continues the journey of Mystic. Layered with effervescent sounds and brooding swirling atmosphere an ethereal melody drips off Mackenzie’s honey-coated, yet haunting vocals. The track weaves with steady tension and raw moments as she lyrically slices through the darkness.

 

In the Spring of 2018, Mackenzie unveiled her debut album, The Edge. Its songs tallied over 1 million Spotify streams, and her videos totaled 8 million-plus views. As Mackenzie smiled on the outside, she was experiencing an emotional breakdown. “I spent at least twelve years in this mindset,” she admits. “In therapy, I learned how to break my own bad habits and ultimately save myself. That’s the tale of Mystic.”

 

Mackenzie plans to use her platform to help further break the stigma of mental illness. She will be telling her story and performing as a featured speaker on TEDx Ted Talk 2020. More information here: https://tedxuniversityofnevada.org/speakers/mackenzie-nicole/

 

See the video for “Heart of Darkness” here: https://youtu.be/fpERIi8W9VI

See the video for “Five Months, Four Days” here: https://youtu.be/7WTZm9G21vo

 

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https://twitter.com/mackenzienicole

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