Experimental pop artist Madelin moves from Venice Beach to New York to study music at the Conservatory of Music at Purchase college, and in 2013 released her debut EP, Cloud. Her ethereal sound combines elements of pop, indie and electronica, and tackles her videos and productions from joyously weird and artistic perspectives.
“Girl I Never Was” is an airy, bouncy piece of indie pop that rides an energizing dance beat towards whimsical territories. The track was conceived after Madelin discovered her bi-sexuality and illustrates this awakening without coming off as heavy handed. It’s uplifting, radio-friendly but feels completely authentic, like Brooklyn’s version of Robyn.
Watch the video below and take a listen to the track in our Check This 2019 Playlist: