Madge is an artist you can always rely on to come out with all guns a-blazing with every single song she produces, she doesn’t pull any punches with her eclectic sound and, as a result, her music utterly intoxicating. Today she continues to spearhead the new pop movement with her latest single H8R taking the heavy 00’s emo rock guitars and fusing it with an avant-garde influence production that cuts through the white-noise of generic pop.
“If you hate everything too then meet me in hell,” Madge explains. “Ironically I wrote this song from an innocent, nostalgic place in my brain. It feels like a twisted nursery rhyme to me.”
This is what the new generation of pop stars are going to be creating with the addictive production hooks and melodies that wiggle their way into your head to the point where you’ll need undergo brain surgery to try and get it out of there mixed with the unique blend heavy guitars that’s reminiscent of Rina Sawayama. It’s pure madness but at the same time that’s what makes it so brilliant, you can listen to her music and know instantly that it’s Madge and it’s this unapologetic originality that has me falling head over heels in love with her sound.