Kynsy takes inspiration from horrible bosses for her new single, ‘Mr Nice Guy’

Such a nice guy...
Photo credit: George Voronov

Kynsy has shared her new single, ‘Mr Nice Guy’.

The track arrives ahead of her upcoming set at Pitchfork Music Festival London on Sunday 14th November, and arrives with news of a show at Communion Club Night at The Social on Thursday 18th November.

“It’s a song about money and working and having one of those horrible bosses who tells you he’s trying to be ‘the nice guy’ while he goes through you outside on the street,” she explains. “It’s mostly based on an encounter I had in a waitressing job. I suppose there is a message in there about the power of empathy and kindness in how you deal with people.

“The video echoes a lot of the themes in the song just pushed to an extreme level. Working with Dave and Conor we created a surreal world that’s really colourful but eerie at the same time. The master [me!] is on a constant power trip and forces her minions to endure some pretty awful treatment for her own gratification. To honour the positive message in the song we get to see how treating people like this will come back to bite you one way or another.”

Check it out below.

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