Indie/Rock singer/songwriter Mick J. Clark is on a roll with his charismatic, tranquil-sounding music. Garnering over 1 million Spotify listens thus far, Mick J. Clark has clearly proved that his calming, honest, and inspiration-filled music resonates with many.
The latest release from Mick J. Clark includes "Anuther Sunny Hulliday.," which comes right off of his 2014 album, titled "Notes Two". "Anuther Sunny Hulliday." has a positive, warm embrace that comforts listening ears immediately upon listening. A friendly atmosphere is created with the robust, yet loose melody of "Anuther Sunny Hulliday.", and easygoing, feel-good energy is established.
Mick J. Clark's vocals bring in a familiar, old-school sound that carries an almost rustic, folk-like tune. The lyricism within this particular track from Mick J. Clark is refined quite well with direct and purposeful lines meant to stimulate and provoke many thoughts from listeners.
Diving into the narrative of the song, "Anuther Sunny Hulliday." has a storyline that pairs well with the already sweet-sounding melody. Only alacrity gets spread, and Mick J. Clark reminds listeners that there are tons to be grateful for within this life. His youthful-like energy is what makes the song as vibrant as it is, and we can't wait to be wrapped up in Mick J. Clark's next warm embrace with whichever fun-loving single he'll release next.
Listen in to Mick J. Clark's song, "Anuther Sunny Hulliday." on streaming platforms today.
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Mick J. Clark. Your song, "Anuther Sunny Hulliday." has had great success ever since it has been released! Being one of your most-listened-to songs, were you expecting this kind of response?
You never expect success, you just hope for success, and when people do say they like my song it is a great thrill. What kind of narrative were you hoping to instill in your listeners with the lyricism presented in "Anuther Sunny Hulliday.?"
Every emotion that you feel going on holiday and eventually arriving'. Excitement, happiness, party mode, ( Conga Beat), laughter and nostalgia, and the inevitable feelings of sadness at having to go home. 'But back next year.' Being the ninth track on your album, how do you feel that "Anuther Sunny Hulliday." compares to the other ten songs presented on the album?
I am first and foremost just a songwriter who enjoys writing songs, but only put them out if I think they are a good song. I hope the public liked the other eleven songs on that album because if I thought any were not that good I would not have put them on the Album. Are there any aspects of "Anuther Sunny Hulliday." that you're planning to incorporate into your future music?
I have written over sixty songs and I have never used any part of any previous song on a new one. For me, songwriting is an art form, and although quite hard is something I really enjoy and I hope that comes across when you hear one of my songs, the time and effort that I take in writing them. What's next for you?
Don't laugh, I am sending in a song to be considered for the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. I am also trying to find a female voice that would convey the emotional lyrics of a Ballad that is a duet, so an emotional, sincere sounding female voice that would also hopefully make my voice sound better as well. I will also be trying to drum up support for my two Grammy Nominations for the 64th Grammy Awards. I have an Album and a single' being considered, of course, I won't get anywhere near to winning, but you have to try, don't you?