It’s a shitshow out there across Boston. Road rage is our new favorite sport, the public transportation system is as broken as our collective morale, and springtime feels like a cruel dream that we’re awoken from each frigid morning. It’s enough to make us Bostonians “Question” a lot of things.
Magen Tracy’s latest single, “Question,” is definitely not about the weather outside, but it’s a nice musical reminder to slow our rolls and not get caught up in the chaos around us. “I said this is the hardest part,” Tracy sings in the chorus. “We forget who we are and forget what we want. If feels wrong, but I guess it seems smart.”
The acoustic, emotive “Question” is the second single off Tracy’s upcoming EP, Fiercely, which was produced by the musician’s Parlour Bells co-conspirator Nate Leavitt at Q Division in Somerville. It features Tracy on vocals and piano; Leavitt on guitars and vocals; Sam Spencer on bass; and Ned Gallacher on drums.