Mary Bright releases new single ‘Dance in the Dark’

The singer and dancer known as Mary Bright has released her debut dance single, “Dance in the Dark.” The track has been produced by Anthony Holt and published on the Script Records independent music label. Uplifting, vivacious and full of joie de vivre, “Dance in the Dark” by Mary Bright is an electronica single that brings the verve and heat of dancing out of the clubs and into the night.

Mary Bright cites as main inspirations a wide variety of music from a broad spectrum of artists.

“I listen to music everywhere,” she writes, “and my play list is extremely various. I like to dance with music by Selena Gomez, and also I love the music of Ariana Grande.”

Her own debut single, “Dance in the Dark,” is a track with highly danceable, bass-bumping electronic instrumentation and lovely, lilting female vocals provided by Bright, herself. It is infused with the best elements of traditional house music while remaining cutting-edge and fresh to the ear. It is highly suited for public playing by DJs anywhere in the world.

Speaking of the theme of her new song, Mary Bright writes, “This song reminds me of my feelings about dance. It reminds me about what dancing means for any dancer, what sensations you experience, what emotions you feel in the moment.”

Her new song isn’t simply a celebration of dancing, however. It is also an invitation to let the sound and motion heal us – all of us.
“Sometimes,” she writes, “we are all alone, and if there is no one who can support you when you are happy or sad, let the music support you! Anyone can be a dancer, anyone can be happy. Just press ‘Play’, turn off the light, and let yourself be free!”

“Dance in the Dark” by Mary Bright and produced by Anthony Holt is available online worldwide.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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