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‘Madeline’ is Mackenzie Day’s newest bright offering

If you’re in need of a confidence boost, be sure to turn on Mackenzie Day. Mackenzie’s newest track ‘Madeline’ encompasses empowering, sassy lyrics and an infectious, upbeat chorus. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Miley Cyrus and Fletcher, Mackenzie puts her own stamp on electro-pop whilst remaining authentic and inspiring in her messages.

Discussing the single and its meaning, Mackenzie said: “I wrote this song over the summer when I realised my highschool friends were not the people for me anymore. After much growth within myself and my worth I came to discover friendships can also be toxic. Rupi Kaur has this quote, “abuse doesn’t just happen in romantic relationships, abuse can live in friendships too”... ‘Madeline’ was an honest realisation with myself and finally letting go of those friends.”

Debuting in 2019, Mackenzie has since shared a collection of sparkling anthems that are guaranteed to make you feel good. Now a songwriting major at Berklee College of Music, Mackenzie uses music as her creative outlet allowing her to express her deepest thoughts and feelings. It’s clear this songstress has a whole lot more to give, and we can’t wait to hear what’s next.

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