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Review: "nothing at all" - Mack Imagine

Providing a weapon for the heartbroken, Mack Imagine has released the moody new single, "nothing at all." The track is steeped in heartache, giving fans an outlet for the hurt that comes with betrayal. "nothing at all" takes the gut reactions from being stabbed in the back and turns them into a beautiful contemporary pop ballad. Giving a fresh spin on the phrase "all's fair in love and war," Mack Imagine weaves the desire to seek revenge against the person that hurt you throughout this single, making it equal parts bitter and lovely. "nothing at all" is one of three singles Mack Imagine has released since the group's 2022 debut, adding another compelling track to their catalog.

Emotional and exposed, Mack Imagine bares their soul in "nothing at all." Pairing well with the transparent and moving lyrics, "nothing at all" is a melancholic ballad that features a haunting soundscape and impassioned vocals. The track begins with contemplative piano lines, slowly building into the chorus' lush harmonies. Showcasing the duo's ability to create emotive music, Mack Imagine delivered their touching lyrics with stirring melodies that'll linger in your mind. "nothing at all" highlights the pair's mature sound, making it a track that would fare well alongside acts like Charlie Puth, John Mayer, and Jeremy Zucker.

Formed in 2020, Mack Imagine is a singer-songwriting pop duo based in Southern California. The duo is comprised of Matthew Zeko (guitar/vocals) and Jack Brady (piano/vocals). During the pandemic, the two decided to move from covering songs to writing their own, releasing "don't give up on me yet" in 2022. Keeping things raw and authentic, Mack Imagine pulls inspiration from their lives and experiences, telling their stories one song at a time. The more they write, the more their sound evolves, perfectly capturing the emotions they wear on their sleeves. Though the two are just getting started, Mack Imagine is certainly an act to keep on your radar.

Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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