& her debut single, OCEAN FLOOR
Ever since a palm-reader said she saw a “pen and paper” in her future, singer-songwriter Madeline Cutler has been writing songs to survive. It started as a sort of therapy, and then she began sharing—first with her close friends, then through her tongue-in-cheek signature “#tuesdaytubtunes” on social media. Whether the production skews alt-pop or leans even further into the folk genre, her deep and exposed lyrics are always a constant. Madeline’s upcoming EP tackles many facets of what it means to grieve, to experience loss, and to find hope at your most deeply hopeless. In a way, the EP acts as a subtle cry for help, and the premiere single, Ocean Floor, is a first glimpse into the private yet vulnerable mind of someone who can’t do it on her own any longer. One of the more pop-leaning songs on the EP, Ocean Floor is a dreamy ode to anyone who feels like they’re just…floating.