Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Madison Deaver. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked the rock vibes of her music.
As soon as I hit the play button I immediately liked the voice of this talented artist. A high voice but with a very interesting rock spirit.
The thing that I liked the most about this artist is her freedom in the way of composing her songs.
The songs proposed by this artist awaken in you the desire for freedom, these melodies are wild and captivating.
The rock vibes Madison manages to unleash are awesome.
In today’s music scene there is a need for artists like her. An irreverent, fresh and free spirit.
I foresee a bright future for her because with this determination you can go far.
That’s What She Said is Madison Deaver’s Single Out Now!
Free and Irreverent!
Madison Deaver has been chasing music for the majority of her life. In her teens the Los Angeles singer/songwriter began transforming her experiences into lyrics and setting those lyrics to music. Now in her 20’s, Madison works hands-on with producers to create not only the words but each sound of her songs.
Madison’s sound is fresh Indie Pop with a reminiscent blend of 80’s Garage Band and Ska. Her honest and quirky lyrics, written in the ‘Notes’ of her iPhone, are the late night, inner-thoughts of the 20-something Millennial that she is. With lyrics like “karma is a bitch and it’s me” and “were just friends, my bad” her recent singles “John Tucker” and “When You’re Drunk” are catchy, tongue-in-cheek vibes listeners easily relate and sing to.