Today, Montana-based Americana up-and-comer Madeline Hawthorne is thrilled to share her new single “Neon Wasteland.” “The songs on my new record are about made-up characters,” says Madeline “I developed each story from my own experiences as well as from the different people I’ve met on the road. Take from this song whatever you want. It doesn’t necessarily have a message, but I expect that we can all relate to the character in Neon Wasteland. She gives up what many of us call a “normal life” so that she can pursue her dream.
When we reflect on the magic of the live music experience, what comes to mind, or to the ear as it were, are the images of those grandiose and infamous stages, like Red Rocks or Madison Square Garden, filled with a sea of people, in awe of face-melting shred fests and transcendental sonic exercises. For Colorado, these dynamics have become the expectation, and for good reason.
After leading her band, The Hawthorne Roots, for six years, singer-songwriter Madeline Hawthorne is ready to reintroduce herself—on her own terms and in her own words. Today, she officially makes her mark as a solo artist with Boots, an honest, introspective, 10-track collection that seamlessly blends roots, country and soul.
Listen to Boots, in full, available everywhere now: distrokid.com/madelinehawthorne/boots
Blending the lines of roots, Americana, outlaw country and soul, Montana-based singer-songwriter Madeline Hawthorne is ready to re-introduce herself as a solo artist with the release of her electrifying single, "Boots."
Check out first single "Boots," available everywhere now: distrokid.com/madelinehawthorne/boots