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The Manic Boys And Girls Club thrill-seeking track + video “Lose My Mind”

Toronto, ON-based duo The Manic Boys And Girls Club recently shared their thrill-seeking, liberating track “Lose My Mind” along with a video, out everywhere now. The band’s self-titled EP is due out July 13 and is available for pre-order now. The track sees the pair yearn to leave everything behind in search of something greater, even just for one night.

The band will hit the road for a string of dates including June 8 in New York, June 10 in Providence, RI, and June 11 in New Bedford, MA. The following month, the band will hold an exclusive stripped-down EP release show at The Bitter End on July 13 with tickets on sale now via

“Lose My Mind,” is a liberating, drum-backed anthem that allows the band to break free from any stress or obligations in pursuit of a good night. The simple instrumentation using one guitar chord reflects the time period the song is based on–a time of innocence, simplicity, and growing up.

Calling it “the most autobiographical song we have written,” Fernando Ferreira (vocals/guitar) says the track is “inspired by the nights we just wanna tune the world out. The times we need to escape reality. Not try to find yourself, not figure life out, not think about tomorrow. It’s about walking into the moments that turn into the nights we never forget.” 

Plus, as a touching callback to his youth, Ferreira used the first guitar his parents ever bought him on this track.

The accompanying video, directed by Ernie Vasquez and produced by Gustavo Lopez, follows the duo on a crazy, vibrant night out on the town.

Watch the video for “Lose My Mind” below and learn more about The Manic Boys And Girls Club via our Five Questions With segment.

Care to introduce yourself to our readers?

My name is Fernando. I’m from Toronto. My sister and I make up the band The Manic Boys And Girls Club.

Tell us a bit about your most recent release.

Our latest single is a song called Lose My Mind. It’s a song about letting go of reality. Even if just for one night. Losing yourself in a moment, forgetting the world around us which can get pretty heavy. 

Where do you tend to pull inspiration from when writing?

Touring is a big one. There are hours of driving in silence when your mind wanders. Or the total opposite side of being on the road… long conversations, loud nights out, or late-night radio shows we discover. The people we meet, and the places we stay, tell so many stories. 

Do you have any upcoming shows you’d like to tell us about?

We will be in New York City on July 13th. It will be our first time performing at The Bitter End. We are very much looking forward to this. Such a historic venue.

What’s your goal for 2023?

To wake up and make music as many days as possible. If we’re doing that, everything else seems to make more sense.

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