Madison Cunningham Performs “In From Japan” on VEVO
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Madison Cunningham performed “In From Japan” on Vevo live series.
The song is featured on her third studio album “Revealer”, which was released back in September.
It was written by Madison Cunningham and Dan Wilson. Produced by Tucker Martine.
Madison Cunningham said of the song, “I think ultimately this song is about being frustrated with the idea of purpose, and burdened by the sweeping questions that come with 'No one's holding you back now' and all of the negative space that is left to make mistakes in. It very much reflected how I was feeling at the time—only able to speak in metaphors and having a hard time expressing what was so paralyzed in myself.”
- She recorded the song at at Flora Recording and Playback in Portland.
She continued, “This was eventually recorded up at Flora Recording and Playback in Portland, OR with the great Tucker Martine. These were some of the most special musical memories that found me in a time where I really needed the space to sprawl out and throw paint at everything within sight, and that is exactly what we did.”
The new album is nominated for Best Folk Album and Best American Roots Performance with “Life According” to Raechel" at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.
The ceremony will be held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on February 5, 2023.
She said of the album, “There's a sense of conflictabout revealing anything about yourself—not just what to reveal, but whetheryou should reveal anything at all. When you have to vouch for yourself and present a true picture of who you are, that can get confusing very quickly. This record is a product of me trying to find myself and my interests again. I felt like somewhere along the way I had lost the big picture of my own life.”
- source : YouTube