Eclectic Pop Artist Madelin Releases New Self-Titled EP Today

Eclectic Pop Artist Madelin Releases New Self-Titled EP Today

Eclectic Pop Artist Madelin Releases New Self-Titled EP Today

Eclectic pop artist Madelin releases her new, self titled EP today on iTunes and Spotify (links below). This new collection of songs is a sampling of her eclectic aesthetic, and was brought to life with the help of inventive producers; Dem Jointz, Breakfast N Vegas, and Matt Speno. The Madelin EP is a look through the eyes of a young woman finding her voice in New York as an artist and a feminist.

The first single off Madelin, "Good List," is an anthem for female empowerment. In the music video, which amassed 65,000 views in less than a week, Madelin brings female objectification to the forefront and reverses stereotypical gender roles by putting leashes on the male actors, having male servants bring her milk on a platter, and punishing a Donald Trump lookalike.

Watch the video HERE. Madelin will also be joining singer/songwriter Sean McVery for a string of east coast shows (tour dates below).

Create the person you feel you are, and show it to the world. Don't feel ashamed for it and have fun! -MADELIN

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Good List



High School Boys

Live Performances:

May 19 - C'mon Everybody - Brooklyn, NY **

May 20 - The Barbary - Philadelphia, PA **

May 21 - Aurora - Providence, RI **

**Show with Sean McVerry

About Madelin At a very early age, Madelin began singing and learned to play the piano at nine years old, writing hundreds of songs in her room in Los Angeles, CA. At 18, she moved to New York to study composition at Purchase College and evolved into a strong, decisive artist. She released her debut EP entitled "Cloud" in 2013 and gained recognition from notable tastemaker outlets such as The Line Of Best Fit, The 405 and Crack in the Road. Madelin is a self described pop artist/gemini/cat mom/club kid humbly serving weird pop realness. She knows what she wants to say, and she says it in a way you wouldn't expect. Her latest, self titled EP is available now.