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Mandi Macias’ New Dark Pop “Some Nights”

Mandi Macias

Mandi Macias is a fast rising singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer from Los Angeles, California. The multi-talented young artist has had an eventful start. She debuted in 2018 with a series of singles and the EP “Sixteen.” By the following year she was playing high profile gigs at The Whisky A GoGo and touring with The Plain White T’s on the High School Nation tour.

She released new music and toured throughout 2019, even sharing the stage with Robin Thicke as a co-panelist at the BET Experience conference. Then of course 2020 came along and threw everyone’s schedules into a tailspin. However, Mandi kept working on new material and released the single “You, Right Now.” Now the singer is kicking off 2021 with a brand new song and video.

“Some Nights” is the latest single from Mandi Macias, released worldwide to all major streaming services on January 29, 2021. The song rolls on a slow Dark Pop groove with a beat that is a little bit Trap and a little bit Synthwave. A smooth bass tone holds down the chord progression as hypnotic synths float in the distance. It’s a great sound that manages to simultaneously feel both psychedelic and accessible.

Lyrically the track deals with the protagonist’s internal tug of war between the blissful abandon of drugs and alcohol and the harsh reality of the morning after. The haze of the party fades in the face of hangovers and personal issues that are borne as a result of the debauchery. The talented singer soulfully narrates a scenario familiar to young people everywhere, “This is what we live for, but I can not take no more.” 

Below, check out the party and the aftermath on Mandi Macias’ video, “Some Nights”. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. Follow the links below to connect with Mandi Macias. Get on her socials and get in the loop on all of the current and future projects from this exciting artist.


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Mandi Macias on the Deep Indie playlists

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