Today we have the premiere of emerging singer-songwriter Madison Malone
's new single, "Flowers On Leather." The LA-based artist may look sweet on the outside, but you'll be surprised to hear the dark, scorching electro-pop she has to offer. On "Flowers On Leather," she explores the contrast found in humans with metaphors like "charcoal and ice," "dirt and gold," "relaxed control," and so on. In addition to the very apparent angst, the track is also packed with a ton of soul and a strong, rebellious chorus that's bound to get stuck in your head all day.
"I noticed that certain aspects of my personhood seemed conflicting and yet, could both be true at the same time," Malone told Baeble in a statement. "For instance, I could be introverted/extroverted, masculine/feminine, the darkness/the lightness, anxious/calm, ashamed/proud all at once. Qualities that seemed opposing were both true and present. I wanted to touch upon this presence of dualities in humans, saying that we are all beautifully complex, and we should be able to proudly claim our intersectional sides."
"Flowers On Leather" will be available everywhere tomorrow, February 2nd.