Delivering to all streaming platforms November 11 is Sydney Mack’s latest release.  “Strangers Again” takes the listener through the evolution of a failed relationship- strangers, to friends, to lovers, back to strangers again. “When Kylie Sackley, Tony McVaney, and I wrote this song over Zoom last year, we spent a while talking about this phenomenon and how we’ve all experienced it,” says Sydney.  “When all 3 co-writers have had the same kind of experience, that’s a good indication that a lot of other people have too.  Since it seemed so relatable, I posted a clip of the chorus on TikTok and all of the comments were things like ‘OMG this is my life!’ and ‘I can relate to this soooo much, please release!!’ For me, as a singer-songwriter, if I can give someone comfort that they’re not alone in this, then I’ve done my job.”

Listen to “Strangers Again”: here
Watch “Strangers Again” TikTok: here

Sydney Mack signs with talent/booking agency, Quay Entertainment (Pictured L-R: Matt Malcom- Director of Talent, Quay Entertainment; Tiffany Davis- President, Quay Entertainment; Sydney Mack; Julianne Drenon- Manager, Creekhouse Entertainment)

About Sydney Mack:
Over the past year, Sydney Mack has built an impressive social media following on both Instagram and TikTok by engaging with her fans.  After sharing two of her songs, “Don’t Call” and “Pretty Boy,” on TikTok earlier this year, the clips quickly received almost 2 million views collectively and resulted in an amazing response from fans. Sharing the honest, vulnerable lyrics of both songs about the very relatable topic of a break-up helped her build an avid following, who named themselves the Smack Pack. “Pretty Boy” released March 25 and debuted at #12 on the iTunes chart. The viral hit, which American Songwriter called a “girl-power anthem,” has accumulated over 700,000 views, and led to Sydney’s feature as Nights with Elaina’s TikTok Pick of the Week.  Keeping with the post- breakup theme, Sydney’s next release, “Medicine,” focuses on the ex who could use a little karma.  The video announcing the May 6 release has racked up almost 900,000 views.  As a surprise to her fans, Sydney also released a bonus song “Dark Horse” at the same time.  “Dark Horse” and “Medicine” debuted at #13 and #15 on the iTunes chart with “Medicine” being chosen for Spotify’s New Music Nashville playlist and Wide Open Country selecting Sydney as one of their “Three Acts To Watch.”  Her next release, “Take You Back” quickly became a fan favorite with the premiere clip accumulating over 2 million views collectively.

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Delivering to all streaming platforms November 11 is Sydney Mack's latest release.  'Strangers Again' takes the listener through the evolution of a failed relationship- strangers, to friends, to lovers, back to strangers again. 'When Kylie Sackley, Tony McVaney, and I wrote this song over Zoom last year, we spent a...