Daniella Mason assembles star studded girl Gang Music Video


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Daniella Mason is woman: hear her roar,” Billboard‘s Glenn Rowley wrote on Friday. “In the clip [for her new video], Mason rallies fellow female artists including Cam, Alanna Royale, Nightbirde and more for a celebration of feminism as they, quite literally, dismantle the patriarchy in the form of a mannequin. ‘I do my dance, I make my plans/ And my own money/ Don’t say I can’t, you know I can/ Don’t call it lucky/ One woman band, that’s who I am/ The way I run it/ ‘Cause I’m woman lover powerful/ Woman lover powerful,’ she declares as her friends cheer her on.”

“I wanted this video to tell the story that I’ve been storing deep in my belly for a long time— the rage and triumph over what society has demanded from me as far back as I can remember. But I didn’t want it to be a lonely tale of an angry woman scorned. I wanted to inject a sense of camaraderie, a sense of diverse thought and emotion, and all the things we are. I wanted to inject my community. Cue: all of my favorite Nashville lady artists joining me in my quest!,” Mason explains. “I wanted this video to elevate all of us and to elevate our community as a whole— not just myself and my vision. They brought their everything and helped me show so many facets of womanhood. We see Cam, beautifully posing in her newly-announced pregnant state; we see Nightbirde, my friend who had breast cancer while we wrote this; and we see my friend and photographer, Jacqueline Day, remove her wig and reveal something she’s kept quiet. Every artist lent me their voice, their heart, and their body. They just brought it all together and helped me tell a story so much bigger than myself. And that’s really the only reason I’m here.”

Co-written by Mason and produced by Super Duper (R.LUM.R) and Robert Marvin (Tove Lo, Kelly Clarkson, Cher Lloyd), “Woman Lover Powerful” marks the first cut from the Nashville-based alt pop artist’s forthcoming EP, Physical State, due out early next year. The new album is a continuation of her highly regarded State of Mine sound series that includes previously released EPs, Mental State and Emotional State.

While Mason is no stranger to pop commerciality, earning millions of streams on Spotify and praise from the likes of The Guardian, V Magazine, and Refinery29, it’s her left-of-center musicianship and distinct powerhouse vocals that afford her credit in tastemaker and alternative spaces alike. Mason’s material is pop for pop’s sake, generating a balance between club banger and emotional gut punch that blurs genre lines to convert fans of all musical sensibilities.

“Woman Lover Powerful” is available now via  YouTube and Vevo with the accompanying track streaming on SoundCloud ,  Spotify , Apple Music , Amazon,  Tidal, Deezer , and  Google Play.

The “Woman Lover Powerful” cast stars  Cam, Alanna Royale, Sinclair, Nightbirde, Robyn Harris, Jamiah , Bantug, Jacqueline Day and Carine Abraham

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Daniella Mason Assembles Star Studded Girl Gang Music Video

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“In typical  Daniella Mason  style, “ Woman Lover Powerful ” blends perfect pop melodies with powerful, impactful lyrics that are clearly inspired by and pulled from Mason’s own life,” 1883 Magazine wrote on Thursday. “The track acts as a call to arms to all women who are struggling and reminds them of the power they have inside of them… For Mason, this song serves as a dedication to all of the women in her life who persevered against all odds… It’s through her lyrics that Mason shines, and her glow is even brighter when she’s singing about the women in her life who she adores.”

The multimedia platform premiered the inspiring track yesterday, marking the first cut from the Nashville-based alt pop artist’s forthcoming EP, Physical State, due out this fall. The new album is a continuation of her highly regarded State of Mine sound series that includes previously released EPs, Mental State and Emotional State  .

“This song is a first for me in that it isn’t entirely based on my story,” Mason explained. “There are huge parts of myself included, of course, but it actually takes on the perspective of many different women in my life and tells a multifaceted narrative for the most multifaceted beings on the planet. I wrote this for Gigi, my husband’s great-grandmother, who lived in a time where she couldn’t open her own bank account because she didn’t have a husband or a father to open it for her. Not only did she figure out how to make her own money and provide for herself and her kids, but she eventually helped change the system in Texas. I wrote this for Jane, a friend walking through breast cancer at the time this was written, who needed the perfect song to shave her head to, to remind her of the power she had but couldn’t feel. I wrote this for my mother, who raised me to be an independent and strong woman, but didn’t get to live to see me grow into that. I wrote this for Alex, who shattered glass steeples, and Lou, who shattered glass ceilings, and Becca, who has sacrificed so much to mother her boys well. And I wrote this for myself, for breaking away and going out on my own in this industry… for every time I’m broke and tired and need my blood to pump again. I wrote this for every woman who has been made to feel less than, or has been told to pick a lane, or to sit down, or to be quiet. I hope this can serve as a reminder of our power, when days get long and hard.”

While Mason is no stranger to pop commerciality, earning millions of streams on Spotify and praise from the likes of Popjustice ,  V Magazine , and  Refinery 29, it’s her left-of-center musicianship and distinct powerhouse vocals that afford her credit in tastemaker and alternative spaces alike. Mason’s material is pop for pop’s sake— no flashy aesthetics or overhyped production, just a knife-edge balance between club banger and emotional gut punch that blurs genre lines to convert fans of all musical sensibilities.

“Woman Lover Powerful” is available now via

 SoundCloud, Spotify,  Apple Music, Amazon , Tidal , Deezer , and  Google Play.

 

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9/12 – Musician’s Corner – Nashville, TN – 7:00 PM

 

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Daniella Mason brilliant New EP, Mental State

 

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Daniella Mason is a completely independent artist, constantly pushing against the boundaries of genre. The alternative pop singer/songwriter revels in taking full charge of her creative process: from writing and playing music to styling her own photo shoots and doing graphic design,” Flaunt Magazine ‘s Morgan Vickery wrote on Friday. “Shot and edited by Dylan Reyes, the video juxtaposes the dark, small corners against vast, bright spaces, deep well and ocean against dry land, gradually bringing chaos into order.”

Fresh off of a new album release and a performance at Bonnaroo, Daniella Mason premiered a dreamy new visual last week that continues her Mental State EP and State of Mine sound series.

“The aim was to create a dream sequence,” Mason explains of the video. “It felt like the only way to make this beautifully existential feeling of wandering throughout your mind… how aimless and untethered it can feel. But this video also tells the story of inviting someone into the farthest reaches of your psyche, both dark and light, and the vulnerability of it all. When it came to the specific visuals we wanted to incorporate, I wanted to pull directly from the way I have pictured my own mind.”

While Mason is no stranger to pop commerciality, earning millions of streams on Spotify and praise from the likes of Popjustice, V Magazine, and Refinery 29 , it’s her left-of-center musicianship and distinct powerhouse vocals  that afford her credit in tastemaker and alternative spaces, as well. Mason’s material is pop for pop’s sake— no flashy aesthetics or overhyped production, just a knife-edge balance between club banger and emotional gut punch that blurs genre lines to convert fans of all musical sensibilities.

Mental State, released on June 14th, is the second of four EPs that she’ll be releasing over the course of the next year as part of her State of Mine sound series. Each album ( Emotional State , Mental State , Physical State, and Spiritual State) explores the different parts of our humanity that we tend to suppress and have difficulty embracing.

The new visual for “Deepest of Wells” is streaming now on  YouTube, with the Mental State EP available on  

SoundCloud | Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon | , Tidal | , Deezer | Google Play.

 

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Daniella Mason gets it right; pop music for the thinking people

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“Mental State”

The trick for any artist is to write and deliver material that is varied enough to keep the attention of a listener, whilst simultaneously developing a style that is easily identifiable as one’s own. This is not always an easy trick to pull off. Some artists have a sound that is all their own, but after hearing a few tracks it becomes obvious that there is nothing else in their arsenal. On the flip side, there are those musicians who are so eclectic that there is no way to determine what lies at the core of their style.

On the “Mental State” EP, Daniella Mason gets it right, moving across genre boundaries but always maintaining a recognizable musical identity. Starting with the minimal, jazz-infused experimentation of “Deepest of Wells”, Mason tackles pop (“Girl in the Box”), upbeat electronic dance music (“Get Me Out Of My Head”), and a low and slow ballad (“What Goes Down Must Come Up”). Tying it all together are the intelligent, introspective lyrics and understated vocal delivery that define this Nashville-based artist’s approach.

“Mental State” is the second of four EPs that Mason will be releasing over the course of the year as part of her “State of Mine” sound series. Based on the strength of this outing, I will be tracking down the previous EP and picking up the next two upon release. This is pop-music for thinking people and is well worth the listen.

Simon says 4 out of 5 stars.

4 Star Rating

The Mental State EP is available now on

SoundCloud | Spotify |Apple Music | |Amazon |  ,Tidal  | Deezer |Google Play

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Daniella Mason Dances Her Way Through Over thinking with “Get Me Out Of My Head”

Indie Music“When I’m stressed, it’s honestly comical how quickly I can spiral, and those who know me well can see it coming,” Daniella Mason admits. “‘Get Me Out Of My Head’ is a cry for help to somehow get back into my body and back into reality. It outlines the extremes my mind can go to, but then it also highlights the glimpses of light that work their way in and show me the way out again.”

The Nashville-based singer-songwriter premiered her new single with Just Jared yesterday, heralding the release of her forthcoming EP, Mental State, out later this spring.

While Daniella Mason is no stranger to pop commerciality, earning millions of streams on Spotify and praise from the likes of Popjustice, V Magazine, and Refinery 29, it’s her left-of-center musicianship and distinct powerhouse vocals that afford her credit in tastemaker and alternative spaces, as well. Mason’s material is pop for pop’s sake— no flashy aesthetics or overhyped production— just a knife-edge balance between club banger and emotional gut punch that blurs genre lines to convert fans of all musical sensibilities.

Her forthcoming record is the second of four EPs that she’ll be releasing over the course of the next year as part of her State of Mine sound series. Each album— Emotional State, Mental State, Physical State, and Spiritual State— will explore the different parts of our humanity that we tend to suppress and have difficulty embracing.

“Story-wise, Mental State was the obvious next EP for me,” Mason explains. “My journey through my emotional state and past pain lead me straight to my brain where all of my memories were stored, causing me to have to face some things up there. Previously, my mind had been a place I had only gotten lost in, essentially making me afraid to go there… It’s been a new experience for me, and I hope these EPs continue to reveal more and more of what’s been hidden.”

“Get Me Out Of My Head” is available now via

SoundCloud | SpotifyApple Music Tidal  Deezer Amazon | Google Play