Madeline Hawthorne shares "Where Did I Go Wrong" - new album out this summer

Article Contributed by Big Hassle Media | Published on Friday, May 3, 2024

Today, Bozeman, MT-based Madeline Hawthorne is excited to share her new song “Where Did I Go Wrong” which exclusively premiered via MAGNET earlier this week.

“‘Where Did I Go Wrong’ was somewhat of an anomaly in that I wrote it in a different environment than I am used to and the words you hear are the first ones that came out of my mouth. No edits. I wrote it up in my bedroom while we were having our house resided. There were men climbing the walls and a constant banging was present in the house. I had limited time off from touring, and I needed to write so I just closed my curtains and did my best to drown out all the noise. Incredibly this song just came out. Although I am happily married, I’d lie if I told you this career path does not challenge even the strongest of relationships. I never want to be that woman sitting alone at a bar wondering where she went wrong, so it’s a good reminder to nurture a loving relationship. I am reminded every time I sing the words.”

“Where Did I Go Wrong” follows the releases of “Neon Wasteland” and “Chasing The Moon.”

Hawthorne’s new album Tales From Late Nights & Long Drives is due out everywhere on June 14 and was produced by the famed Ryan Hadlock (Zach Bryan, The Lumineers, Vance Joy) and recorded at Bear Creek Studios near Seattle, WA.

Obsessed with music since her childhood on the East Coast, Madeline planted roots in Bozeman, MT during college and never turned back. She honed her talents through countless backup and band gigs before going solo amid the Global Pandemic. Balancing Americana, roots, folk, and rock, she introduced herself on the 2021 LP, Boots, co-produced by Brad Parsons and Tyler Thompson in Pittsburgh. In between, she shared the stage with everyone from Jason Isbell, Lukas Nelson, Josh Turner, and Kip Moore to Sierra Hull, John Craigie, and Nathaniel Rateliff. Plus, she wowed audiences at festivals such as Treefort Music Festival (ID), Americanafest (TN), WinterWonderGrass (CO), Pak City Song Summit (UT), Roseberry Music Festival, (ID), and more. Earning acclaim for tracks like 2023’s “Neon Wasteland,” Relix applauded her “powerful and unbridled singles.” Beyond features from,, and more, No Depression also raved, “She’s been crushing rootsy tunes.”


June 15 @ Live Oak Music Festival | San Luis Obispo, CA

June 27 @ Rail on the River | Berthoud, CO

June 28-29 @ Yarmony Music Festival | Bond, CO

July 4 @ High Sierra Music Festival | Quincy, CA

July 7 @ Waterfront Blues Festival | Portland, OR

July 14 @ Under The Big Sky Fest | Whitefish, MT

Aug 10 @ People Fest | Yuba, WI

Sept 20-22 @ Cascade Equinox Festival | Redmond, OR

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