Mike Munich Is Ready For You To Turn The Lights Out
by Jeremy KinserApril 08, 2016
Ready to jumpstart your weekend? Mike Munich is here to help. With his propulsive new single/music video “Lights Out” the out entertainer wants to take you, as the press notes tell us, “on a journey through outer space — one in which we find Mike lost, hallucinating different versions of himself, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy, pleasure and torment.”
Munich, who has been a standout backup dancer for Lady Gaga (he was one of the hotties who carried her in the giant egg on the Grammys red carpet a few years back) and other pop stars, says of his new song:
“I wrote this record during the years in which I was searching for love in the club and drowning my sorrows in vodka. I think the things that we wear every day – both clothing and attitudes – are simply costumes, fictional representations of how we want to be seen. But, it is at night is when we exemplify a common primal instinct; one driven by the passions and emotions that bond us. It’s so easy to fall victim to the temptation of a moment. We think we’ve met the one yet 2 days later we’re left asking ‘what was his name again?’ I find no shame in this, I think it’s what makes us all alike. This pattern of distracting myself with boys and booze has been a fundamental part of my journey that I am now sharing through my music.”
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