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Life Support is the upcoming debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Madison Beer, scheduled to be released by Epic Records on February 26, 2021.
Madison Beer has been waiting a lifetime to release her debut album. The 21-year-old pop singer-songwriter got her record deal almost a decade ago, after posting videos of covers to YouTube and getting the attention of Justin Bieber. Despite all that promise, the moment never arrived and whatever she’d written never surfaced. In the years that followed, Beer switched labels, released a handful of songs, collaborations and an EP, but never a complete body of work. That all changes with Life Support. Released nine years to the day of her original YouTube post, it’s a surprisingly mature, eclectic and smart pop record.
Life Support Lyrics and Tracklist :-
1. The Beginning
2. Good in Goodbye
4. Follow the White Rabbit
6. Stay Numb & Carry On
11. Sour Times
14. Stained Glass
15. Emotional Bruises
16. Everything Happens for a Reason
17. Channel Surfing / The End
Following dramatic wordless vocal intro “The Beginning,” the album unfolds with haunting stomper “Good in Goodbye.” Madison Beer spells it out throughout the track with the refrain, “You put the ‘over’ in lover, put the ‘ex’ in next/ Ain’t no ‘I’ in trouble, just the ‘U’ since we met.”
She casts a wide net of influences that create her sound. There’s some Ariana Grande and Rhianna, but also some alternative and classical nuances that give Madison Beer her own individuality in a genre that can often be difficult to distinguish yourself. No clearer are those influences evident than on the transition from ethereal and atmospheric orchestral ballad “Default” into the bass-heavy pulse of “Follow the White Rabbit.” The trippy, fuzz-tone bass attacks with a staggered stop/start builds into an expansive wall of sound. The song is weird, compelling, unpredictable and one of the album’s strongest tracks.
“Homesick” brings one of Life Support‘s quieter moments. It’s a calm and introspective acoustic ballad with fewer of the bells and whistles of the big production that precedes it— and even has a cameo by Ricky and Morty! “Selfish” provides an effective tag-team of ballads. This song is particularly interesting because the vocal melodies are unexpected and offer a fresh take on the pop vocal ballad.
“Sour Times” fuses ’90s and modern alt-pop, complete with choppy production. The energy ramps back up for the anthemic kiss-off romp “Boyshit.” The track mixes horns and synths alongside Beer singing, “I don’t speak Boyshit/ You’re always coming back with your love’s poison/ So I think I would rather just avoid it.”