Acoustic queer singer-songwriter Madison Malone unveils her new EP.
With this EP, Malone is stepping out of her artistic shell, creating music that uses the light to recognize the dark. Her new music is the beauty created beneath the destruction.
“They speak about vulnerability, melancholy and growing up, missing the place you grew up in, coming out and not being quiet about it, and creating a life of simple, pure love,” Madison confided.
“I hope my music inspires people to realize the beauty and intricacies of our similarities and differences, and that there is strength in both,” she said.
“We need more stories in the world, people with diverse backgrounds, varying experiences, various lives.”
Having written for artists at Sony Music, and performed at some of the world’s largest music festivals, including SXSW and SUMMERFEST, where she was voted ‘Favorite Emerging Artist’, Malone is continuing the next chapter of her musical endeavor. With the intention for her music to be the saving grace in times of distress, Madison is on a mission to plaster the sky with the eyes of love and hope.
Raised in a small farm town in Wisconsin, Madison started sneaking into rural dive bars at the age of 15 to play cover songs, paid only in pizzas and tips.
After seven years of performing other people’s music, she felt inclined to evolve and write about her own troubadour experiences. To pursue this neon journey of self-discovery, the singer-songwriter moved to Los Angeles in late 2016.
As part of her U.S. tour, Madison will be giving shows in Baraboo, Wisconsin, on February 29; Nashville, TN, on March 5th; and New York City on March 11th.