Vote "Color the Air" for Video of the Year

Last month we got the exciting news that our new video for “Color the Air” had been nominated for a Boston Music Award for 2017 Video of the Year (Unsigned Artist). Thanks so much to all of you who contributed to the final project, watched it, voted for it, and/or joined us for our video premiere party at the Rockwell last month! If you haven't voted yet, and are so inclined, BMA voting is open to the public until 10AM on November 1 at http://bostonmusicawards.com/vote/.


New Single: "Question" Premiered on Vanyaland

In the midst of one of the worst winters Boston's had, and in a month that always sends me into bouts of reflectiveness and nostalgia, producer Nate Leavitt and I offer up a piece of my own history, "Question (The Hardest Part)." Vanyaland premieres the track today, and Michael Marotta writes:

"Magen Tracy’s latest single, “Question,” is definitely not about the weather outside, but it’s a nice musical reminder to slow our rolls and not get caught up in the chaos around us. “I said this is the hardest part,” Tracy sings in the chorus. “We forget who we are and forget what we want. If feels wrong, but I guess it seems smart.”

Read more, and listen at: http://www.vanyaland.com/2015/02/18/vanyaland-premiere-magen-tracy-puts-life-perspective-new-single-question/


First Single: "Fiercely" Debuted on Guestlisted

We're thrilled to present the first single of the forthcoming EP, "Fiercely." Read more and take a listen at Guestlisted with Jed Gottlieb/BostonHerald.com. Muscle Shoals? Sleazy swagger? Hell, yes, we'll take it!

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The track features Sam Spencer, Nate Leavitt, Ned Gallacher, and Kelly Davis, produced, mixed, engineered, and generally brought into being by the multi-talented (and recent BMA Singer-Songwriter of the Year nominee) Nathaniel Leavitt, along with Dan Nicklin and Pat DiCenso.

Photos by Kelly Davidson Studio and single art by Erin Gennett.


Music: New Tracks

In anticipation of Traffic Jam: Benefit for the Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights next week, Sam Spencer and I have recorded some new tracks, with Inner Dialogue. Check 'em out!

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