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Transport to Madison Margot's latest safe-haven 'Heathrow'

"Heathrow" has to be one of the most passionate releases of June 2021. Lying somewhere between synth-pop and country-like vocals, the powerful new release comes in a time of need for couples across the globe. Explaining how it feels to be in a long-distance relationship, Madison explains, “I wrote Heathrow about long-distance relationships. The anxiety that comes with counting down the miles until you have to kiss your lover goodbye at the airport.

I have spent the past couple of years between London and my home Los Angeles, and Heathrow has become a very important setting in my story. Such an iconic airport that I have a love/hate relationship with! I am so proud of this song because of how it unfolds line by line. How the chorus throws a tantrum. How the verses bring attention to small details such as the music being listened to and the typical English weather. But no matter how specific it is, it is ultimately a song about just wanting to be with your love!”

A transcending release that explains the importance of telling the people in your life how you feel, 'Heathrow' is bathed in glistening synth-pop elements and cinematic vocals. Not only an empowering artist on stage, Madison received her Bachelor's degree in Gender and Women’s Studies.Racial, social, economic equality is the most important thing to me. It is so hard to articulate in writing because I can’t write down the passion I feel. From mass incarceration, to violence against women, to immigration, etc.. There is a lot we need to work on. A lot of systems to break down. This world is cruel to so many people, and there is so much learning and growing to do. There is so much action to take,” explains Madison

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