“Don’t Say No” gets right to the point and serves as an anthem for those ready to give relationships a try. It is structured around a delightful and groovy indie-rock-influenced instrumental. The record also benefits from a fantastic synth “carpet” that gives it a nice electro-pop touch. The evocative chorus is tremendously catchy and even tragic at times, plunging the listener into musically-induced pleasure.
The emotional journeys of love, loss, development, and resiliency are depicted in Maddisun’s songs. Maddisun’s sincerity, unprocessed vocal skill, and unadulterated musicality stand out in an age of clamorous and disposable digital trash. Maddisun is prepared to showcase her abilities to audiences all around the world with the publication of her first US album, “Home is Where The Music Is,” which was co-produced by Nick Noto and Chloe Chaidez of PSY SOUND.
It is fascinating to see how artists develop, change, and try out new aspects of their craft. Since life and art are related, it makes sense that artistic inspiration would shift as a person went through different stages of life. Maddisun, a Canadian singer-songwriter, transitions from folk-inspired musical landscapes to more modern and polished indie-pop soundscapes while retaining her powerful, uplifting, and genuine songwriting.
Maddisun is a singer/songwriter who was born and raised in the Canadian wilderness of British Columbia, is a real, visceral, and captivating musician whose singular music fuses together indie-folk, soulful R&B, and electro-pop. Maddisun creates wonderfully inspirational and uplifting music that is authentic to her heart, drawing inspiration from a wide range of musical artists such as Sheryl Crow, Maggie Rogers, Joni Mitchell, and Phoebe Bridgers.