Mary English – ‘Semi Normal Life’

edit photoThe young and talented dancer, actress, and vocalist from Charlotte, North Carolina, Mary English, launches her latest single, ‘Semi Normal Life’, a light hearted and fun pop tune with a catchy chorus hook and a powerful female vocal performance. Although a young women in the music industry, one wouldn’t know by listening to Mary’s strong singing voice. At the age of only 17, Mary English has a mature and charming vocal ability and it shows in her amazing live performances and her latest single, ‘Semi Normal Life’.

‘Semi Normal Life’ is a modern electronic dance pop song with good movement and variations that build dynamically with the help of stereo synth layering and a strong vocal presence. The lyrics are honest and heartfelt and are beautifully sung by Mary English, whom with her vocal talent helps to support the dynamic structure of the song. The vocals present a catchy hook in the chorus that is introduced in the beginning and then repeats after a great instrument dropout during the breakdown, helping to add to a bigger dynamic ending.

11825861_458705884254333_3880955735584472092_nMary English’s music has a tendency to relate to a large audience being that her songs are youthful and fun yet have a mature and strong message that can be appreciated by anyone. Experienced in dancing as well as singing, Mary has been known to unleash a memorable performance.

For music and info about Mary English and her latest single, ‘Semi Normal Life’, check out her iTunes, FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and Soundcloud. Also, check out her website.

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