The recent years have brought success after success for Madison Beer. She has evolved into a dynamic, versatile artist, with an immensely devoted fanbase, who, despite not expecting it due to the festival’s usual demographic, culminated a well-received appearance at Leeds & Reading Festival last summer by packing out the tend and beyond. Her smooth blends of pop, R&B, and soul, paired with powerful, emotive vocals, convey a raw and honest portrayal of the human experience, and her latest cut, “Home To Another One,” is no exception.
Paying homage to Lana Del Rey, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and Tame Impala, the ethereal track blends both sides of Beer’s music together. It’s got Del Rey-infused melancholy soars, that detail epic heartbreak to start before it’s punctuated by an infectious, groovy disco beat reminiscent of Impala’s “The Less I Know The Better.”
Known for meticulously crafting an experience that transports audiences into her imaginative world through her keen eye for aesthetics, the accompanying visuals for “Home To Another One” don’t disappoint. Co-directed by Beer herself, the creative force and visionary artist craftily blends both vintage and futuristic styles together, creating a mystical, magical fantasy, as she tells the story of discovering her lover’s betrayal. The dance pop-track lyrically reflects the visuals, making it clear that although this love isn’t healthy, it’s impossible to let it go, as Beer beautifully croons “Call me baby / I know you go home to another one / Say you hate me / It’s okay, boy, you’re not the only one.”
The new release, which also comes with the announcement of Beer’s highly anticipated sophomore album Silence Between Songs, incorporates her exceptional talent for storytelling and emotional depth, finding Beer exploring themes of growth, reflection, and introspection throughout. “I’ve learned so much about myself and my artistry on the journey of the last two years since my last record,” she says in a press release. “This album tells the story of so many different pieces of me that I discovered in the moments of pause where I settled down from the noise and learned the most about myself,” she details. With a release date of September 15, 2023, we can’t wait to see what Madison Beer has in store for us. We are expecting big things from the well-loved, shining star as she develops her refreshing and distinctive artistic vision.