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  • Madison Beer Premieres New Song “Spinnin” on BBC Radio 1

  • American singer-songwriter Madison Beer premiered a new song “Spinnin” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Jack Saunders.

    The song is the fifth single off of her upcoming sophomore album “Silence Between Songs”, which is set to be released on September 15, 2023.
    The track was written by Madison Beer, Jeremy 'Kinetics' Dussolliet, Leroy Clampitt, and Tim Sommers. Produced by Leroy Clampitt and One Love.
    The accompanying music video was directed by Aerin Moreno and Madison Beer.
    Madison Beer told Jack Saunders about the song, “I find it to be the most therapeutic and easy way to communicate how I'm feeling. I think music has always been like my escape, you know, even long before I started making my own, like it's always been what I turn to when I was feeling some type of way or like you know, emotional or upset or whatever. I always just wanted to listen to music. And I just I don't know I think that music is just does more than words for me.”
  • She continued, “I think this song was very inspired by movies like I'm a huge movie person. And I think that there's a lot of films and scenes and stuff that I've seen that definitely inspired this record. I mean, I think that that is absolutely correct. I kind of am I guess playing a character. The Truman Show was a huge inspiration for the song overall and then there's like a scene in a movie where like, I believe it's vanilla sky where he's like running through Times Square, and it's just completely empty. And there's like, no one there and that to me, that was very like, did the world stop spinning.”
    She added, “Music has always been what I've turned to but I think that like when I wrote 'Spinnin' and I definitely felt like I was in sort of this like never ending cycle. I was in like this really anxious place. I remember saying to my therapist, like I don't see this ever ending. I see this being how I'm going to be for the rest of my life. And that was like a really scarily impending sort of emotion that I've never felt before. I've gone through, you know, like hard times and whether it's like depressive episodes or whatnot, but I've always kind of been able to be like, I'll get through this hopefully, but for some reason at this point in my life, I felt like this was going to be forever and that was just a really scary feeling. And that is honestly where this came from was just being like I don't see myself getting out, and thank God I did and I was wrong.”

  • The new album comprises 14-track, produced by Madison Beer and Leroy Clampitt.
    She said of the album, “Probably just me like I really like a lot of different types of music. I also just feel like I've been through a lot of different things that I want to sing about, like I know that when I made life support my last album, I was very much so like, inspired by a breakup that I had. And that was like the main topic of the album. But this album specifically is very, I don't know, I really, really wanted to write about things that were super personal. Like I didn't anticipate writing a song about my brother, and it's one of my favorites on the record. So I feel like I'm just kind of always going with what my brain tells me to do. And I am definitely not in the driver's seat. Like I just, I'm like, oh, okay, today we want to write about this. This is the inspiration we're doing it.”
    She added, “I feel so proud of this body of music. Like it's really my best work thus far. And I am just proud of the things I talk about the things I say like I just feel I feel like I'm in a really good place with myself and my music and yeah, like I said, I'm just proud.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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