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Awash with spiralling guitars and a hypnotic bassline, singer/guitarist Julie Dawson finds inspiration in TV show 'Euphoria', as she ruminates on the destructive relationship of characters, Rue and Jules: a storyline that she herself gravitated towards. 'Madra' (meaning 'dog' in Irish) is an 11-song, guitar-stacked visceral outing, as singer/guitarist Julie Dawson embarks on a journey of self-exploration, self-sabotage, and reflection. Soaked in dysfunction, Madra searches for solace in pain, tackling themes of bullying ('Where I Go'), self-medication/depression ('Madra', 'Let Go'), destruction ('Change My Mind', 'White Ribbons'), co-dependency ('Nosebleed') and resistance ('Nightmares').
Awash with spiralling guitars and a hypnotic bassline, singer/guitarist Julie Dawson finds inspiration in TV show 'Euphoria', as she ruminates on the destructive relationship of characters, Rue and Jules: a storyline that she herself gravitated towards. 'Madra' (meaning 'dog' in Irish) is an 11-song, guitar-stacked visceral outing, as singer/guitarist Julie Dawson embarks on a journey of self-exploration, self-sabotage, and reflection. Soaked in dysfunction, Madra searches for solace in pain, tackling themes of bullying ('Where I Go'), self-medication/depression ('Madra', 'Let Go'), destruction ('Change My Mind', 'White Ribbons'), co-dependency ('Nosebleed') and resistance ('Nightmares').
5054197703690
Newdad - Madra (Can)

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 02/02/2024
UPC: 5054197703690

Madra (Can)
Artist: Newdad
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $35.52
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Angel
2. Sickly Sweet
3. Where I Go
4. Change My Mind
5. In My Head
6. Nosebleed
7. Let Go
8. Dream of Me
9. Nightmares
10. White Ribbons
11. Madra

More Info:

Awash with spiralling guitars and a hypnotic bassline, singer/guitarist Julie Dawson finds inspiration in TV show 'Euphoria', as she ruminates on the destructive relationship of characters, Rue and Jules: a storyline that she herself gravitated towards. 'Madra' (meaning 'dog' in Irish) is an 11-song, guitar-stacked visceral outing, as singer/guitarist Julie Dawson embarks on a journey of self-exploration, self-sabotage, and reflection. Soaked in dysfunction, Madra searches for solace in pain, tackling themes of bullying ('Where I Go'), self-medication/depression ('Madra', 'Let Go'), destruction ('Change My Mind', 'White Ribbons'), co-dependency ('Nosebleed') and resistance ('Nightmares').
        
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