Listen: Machine Gun Kelly’s lockdown sessions hits streaming services

Machine Gun Kelly’s lockdown sessions EP – which has officially landed on streaming services – features a mash-up of PVRIS’ My House and more.

Listen: Machine Gun Kelly’s lockdown sessions hits streaming services
Emily Carter
Mark Seliger

As well as releasing new album Mainstream Sellout later this month, Machine Gun Kelly has just added a three-track lockdown sessions EP to streaming services.

MGK's latest drop consists of a trio of songs recorded in 2020, with the musician either covering songs or doing his own 'semi'-originals. Here, the lockdown sessions EP features roll the windows up, pretty toxic revolver, and a PVRIS mash-up, in these walls (my house).

"It’s been two years since ‘lockdown sessions’ hit youtube, finally time to upload on streaming platforms," tweeted Machine Gun Kelly, adding: "All this in celebration of Mainstream Sellout coming 3.25.2022."

Recently MGK also featured on Avril Lavigne's new album Love Sux, and got involved with WWE 2K22: working as their Executive Soundtrack Producer and also becoming an actual playable character in the game ("So now you can slam me through a table as much as you want," he joked).

Listen to the lockdown sessions EP below:

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