Nan Macmillan Revels in the Bounty of Queer Identity

Rachel Cholst
February 19, 2024
Rainbow Rodeo

Nan Macmillan brings a dreamy quality to her music, much like the subconscious truths that seep into our sleeping minds. It’s up to us if we recognize them when we wake up. The Charlottesville, VA singer-songwriter has no problem cutting to the core of the matter in her work, like the recent “Mad Sometimes,” which navigates the ambiguities of ending a relationship when you know it’s right, even if you’re not happy about it.

Nan Macmillan
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