Navigating through naked mannequins, Izzy Thomas taps into the frustration of the emotionally unavailable trend that is dominating our generation in new video “MAD.” In a way, “MAD” is a mockery of how closed people have become despite the rise of dating apps and social network that help us keep ‘more connected’ with each other. Hit play:
“In the single world, there seems to be a sea of emotionally damaged, unavailable people. Sometimes we subconsciously inhabit our ex’s ways and display them in our next relationship, because we’re afraid of opening up again. For the people ready for love this is irritating as hell! So this song is a light hearted poke of fun, about how ridiculous it all really is!” explained Izzy.
Having previously supported Placebo and Bryan Adams, Izzy Thomas is currently based in London and making her own music. She will be hitting the road soon:
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