Mandi Crimmins Releases New EP “BORDERLINE”
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Mandi Crimmins released her new EP “BORDERLINE” on April 14, 2023.
It is her first project in four years since the 2019 EP “Metanoia”.
The EP comprises 6-track, produced by Roi Bars, Nick Lewert, Maxamillion Haunt and Mandi Crimmins. Written by Amanda Crimmins, Nicole Wheat, and Maxamillion Haunt.
Mandi Crimmins said of the EP, “While I was in the process of writing the EP, I actually ended up getting diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Writing to me is therapeutic and usually whatever is weighing on my mind most comes out during the writing session. After I finished the EP, I realized that I had been writing about my diagnosis before I even had it. They all perfectly described what it feels like to be in my head.”
She continued, “I hope more than anything that my music inspires someone to get help if they're struggling. I hope it makes people feel seen, validated, and strong.”
- Mandi Crimmins shared on social media, “This EP is for every person out there who feels unlovable, broken, and too much. For everyone who feels misunderstood & judged. For every soul that thinks everyone would be better off if they weren't here. You are so much more than what's in your head, and I love you.”
Mandi Crimmins explained some tracks for the EP.
“This is one of the most personal songs i've released to date. co-wrote it with my gf, and co-produced it myself, so this one is extra special. ”
“I wanted to take you all inside my head with this one. what thoughts and feelings I have when I'm having an anxiety attack. everything gets warped in my head, and before I know it I've become paranoid from falling down my own 'rabbit hole' of thoughts. I'm sorry if you can relate to this song, but please know ur not alone in this 'twisted game'”
“BREAK ME DOWN”
“I suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder, so my depressive episodes can get pretty dark. When I'm that low, it feels like I'm the only one who feels like this. I hope this song comforts all who need it. You're not alone, and you're not broken. Depression sucks, BPD sucks, but we persist and we fight for the happiness that's right there.”
- source : Apple Music