Madison Steinbruck shares genuine emotion and depth with new single ‘Bad News’

“This song is about the moment you realize you can still love someone while recognizing you can no longer be with them”
22 November 2022

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Madison Steinbruck returns with her latest single, Bad News. The vocals carry genuine emotion and depth, and the use of pedal steel combined with the cello and electric guitar creates a classic yet fresh sound.

She is originally from Corpus Christi, TX, and she has been writing songs since she was 5. When she moved to Nashville, it gave her the opportunity to perform which fueled her passion. Before the pandemic, she moved to Australia, where she took piano lessons and spent time writing her upcoming debut LP Australia’s Lonelier..

Bad News, is the third single off of Madison’s LP. The song talks about an unhappy ending to a relationship at the end of a passionate and intense romance.

Her honest lyrics evoke a likeness to Faye Webster, Maggie Rogers, Lizzie McAlpine, and Leith Ross. One of her best characteristics is how she puts her own spin on different genres. This approach to songwriting makes her songs rather unique and is reflected in the many other instruments used, all of which are played by Nashville musicians.

This project reflects all the characteristics that make Madison as an artist, traveler, and human being.

Madison explains: “This song is about the moment you realize you can still love someone while recognizing you can no longer be with them”

Sometimes I still think it’s sad/ that I could still love you/ But I don’t want you back – she sings – “Oh I’m coming home/ I’ve been gone too long/ And everyone’s tired of talking to me on the phone.”

The album was recorded at East Nashville’s Bomb Shelter.

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