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Music Video Premiered by Rock ‘N’ Load Magazine and KUSI San Diego


AUSTIN, Texas – Indie singer-songwriter CARRiNGTON MacDUFFiE showcases her playful yet edgy energy with the release of her music video for “I Saw You Be A Man.” Always delivering an unforgettable performance, MacDUFFiE showcases the endless boundaries in a relationship, including the chemical attraction that comes alive when a situation is taken charge of like never before. This feeling truly comes alive with MacDUFFiE’s artistic ability and is provoked even more by the video’s gritty style. MacDUFFiE’s spirited personality shines through the distinctive video with her unique blend of roots, pop, and rock present in both the lyrics and instrumentation. The music video for “I Saw You Be A Man,” was premiered by Rock ‘N’ Load Magazine and KUSI San Diego, and the single is available to stream and download on all digital platforms by visiting HERE!

To watch the music video premiere online for “I Saw You Be A Man” on Rock ‘N’ Load, visit HERE.

To watch the music video premiere online for “I Saw You Be A Man” on KUSI San Diego, visit HERE.

“On the face of it this song appears to be a lovelorn rocker, but that’s only a cover: Look a little deeper and you’ll find an exploration of the polarity of masculine and feminine, the two human genders, with the profoundly sexy language and action that spark a great love affair — or a great song,” shares MacDUFFiE.

MacDuFFiE continues to prove her special ability to draw viewers in by translating her own personal experiences through dreamy and dynamic visuals. Always meeting the needs of her fans, MacDuFFiE creates music for all to enjoy. Her most recent album, Sweet Little Mystery, includes the perfect combination of mystical yet bold tunes. MacDUFFiE is excited to bring her intriguing persona back to the stage to share her creativity and imagination that is present in each song she writes. Fans will not want to miss her one-of-a-kind spirit visible in the “I Saw You Be A Man” music video!

To keep up with CARRiNGTON MacDUFFiE, visit HERE and follow her social channels linked below.

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Far-reaching influences of a lively musical childhood weave through Carrington’s unusual, hook-laden songs, and stand out in her new LP, Sweet Little Mystery. The spirit of independence runs deep in her lineage as well as in her music, with her forebears having fought in the American Revolution. This maverick spirit ignites Carrington’s journey and calling in life.

A native New Yorker, Carrington’s love for music was sparked in early childhood while listening, dancing, and singing to the records that her dad, a huge music aficionado, was spinning — Teddy Wilson, Beethoven, Herb Alpert, Hudson River folk, Scottish marches, exotic World, classic rock, and the Beatles, among many other artists. She went on to study at Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and Boston University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in English.

As a voice actor, Carrington served as the voice of for several years, and she has narrated over 250 audiobooks, including biographies of Joni Mitchell, Pussy Riot, and Jack Kerouac. She has also voiced various video game characters, most notably a shamanic Scottish dwarf in World of Warcraft.

MacDuffie has performed throughout the United Kingdom, Germany, Holland, Belgium, and France, where she played at the popular club Belushi’s in Paris. Highlights in the UK have included shows and festivals in London, Bristol, Bath, Brighton, Manchester, Newcastle, Llandudno, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Inverness.

In the spring of 2021, MacDuffie released her single Baby Played Me, and she currently has recording projects underway in Austin, Nashville, New York, and Glasgow. The music video for the title track of her new LP Sweet Little Mystery has received over a quarter million views on YouTube.

Whether making music, voicing works of literature, training in small plane piloting, or savoring the zen-like concentration of target shooting, she is led by her passion for creativity, and, of course, independence. “I think the purpose of life is joy,” says Carrington. “I see the world as one big art happening, and I love participating in it.”

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