‘Madeline Cutler’ to release debut EP ‘Ocean Floor’ which you can listen the song ‘Cruel Irony’ taken from that the January 4th in Formula Indie

‘Madeline Cutler’ to release debut EP ‘Ocean Floor’ which you can listen the song ‘Cruel Irony’ taken from that the January 4th in Formula Indie

“Songwriting for me isn’t just a passion—it saved my life. After I wrote my very first song, I
realized the only way for me to truly feel and process my feelings was to write songs about
them. This song was no different,” Cutler says of the titular single, “Ocean Floor was written
during a time when I felt like a walking contradiction. I was feeling the push-pull of deeply
wanting to be free and untethered while also longing for the security of solid ground. I was
enveloped in darkness and couldn’t make sense of the chaos of these opposing desires—until I
wrote the song.”
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.

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