With depth that accompanies wisdom, the grit of anxiety and influences of yesteryear’s troubadours, enter Mackenzie Thoms: an artist whose debut (“Conviction”) premiered on NYLON, climbed to #1 on Hype Machine’s popular chart and was included in Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday playlist.
“Do Me All Again” is Mackenzie’s follow-through. More troubled love adorned with silky trappings of a down-tempo ballad, the chilling harmonies and gospel undertones ahead will exercise the hair from your arms. From beginning to end, the music enchants; the lyrics mesmerize and his smooth, R&B melodies alone is enough to make any casual listener an immediate devotee.
“Do me all again is about the difficulty being in a relationship. Basically me asking the other person if being with me was worth the heartache. When I wrote this song it was with 2 of my friends when I was in a moment of vulnerability. I really wanted to be express my situation at the time. So that’s what I did. I hope when people listen they realize that nobody should ever be with a person who’s only giving or getting half of themselves.” – Mackenzie Thoms