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Madeline Rosene – ‘Everyday Existential Crisis’

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A brilliant and criminally under-appreciated indie-pop artist, Madeline Rosene is easily one of the most impressive and memorable talents we’ve ever covered. Known for her clever lyrics, catchy melodies, and genre-fluid style, Madeline has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and today, we couldn’t be more excited to share her new single, ‘Everyday Existential Crisis’.

After taking over college radio throughout the US and performing at venues such as Hotel Cafe, Los Globos, and the Viper Room, Madeline has well and truly proven herself as one of the year’s most exciting prospects, but it doesn’t stop there. In 2020, she broke new ground with the release of her acclaimed debut album, ‘Raised On Porn’, delivering an bold, eclectic, and wonderfully expressive sound that still lingers to this day.

Now, Madeline is preparing to release her highly anticipated second album on the 16th of September 2022, and to celebrate, she’s shared the brilliant lead single and title track, along with an evocative new music video. A phenomenal new release that shines with exquisite composition, the new track is a modern and mesmerising piece that puts the spotlight perfectly on Madeline’s stunning vocals and textured, enticing arrangements.

Armed with lingering melodic tones and heartfelt lyrics such as “I don’t have a reason or a rhyme;
I don’t want to waste your time; what kind of monster am I?”, everything about the new single is built to evoke an emotional response, and time and time again, it succeeds.

With over 150,000 views on YouTube already, it’s clear that ‘Everyday Existential Crisis’ is destined to become a breakthrough release for Madeline, and if the rest of the album is just as good, then she’ll be one of 2022’s biggest and brightest stars.

You can stream the new single today on all major platforms, and make sure you follow Madeline online, so you don’t miss the album or any new singles.

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Photograph by Jason Edward