Jade Empress Embraces The Unpredictability Of Chaos In New Single ‘Madness’ Out October Now

by the partae
Photographer: Jennifer Alington Campbell

Previous Support For Jade Empress

“i can definitely hear your lana del rey love, there’s a bit of stellie to with your hollywood golden era type sound.”
(Declan Byrne, Triple J) [About ‘Golden Hours’]

“This song has a swagger. A confident strut that got all of us here nodding our heads in time with the music.”
(Send Me Your Ears) [About ‘Golden Hours’]

“Jade has a consistent and melodic voice that seduces even the most insensitive of human beings, as she shows that she knows how to put her heart into her technique and her soul into her interpretation.”
(Roadie Music) [About ‘Golden Hours’]

“The song ‘Golden Hours’ reveals the beautiful timbre of vocal Jade Empress and her ability to convey emotions in her voice.”
(Indie Dock Music Blog UK) [About ‘Golden Hours’]

Get swept away by Jade Empress when her powerful electro-pop single ‘Madness’ comes out on October 14.

Jade Empress has been gaining steam and collecting accolades over the last few years as a talented songwriter. She was the winner of multiple categories of Songsalive!’s Song Comp in 2017, a finalist in the Australian Songwriters Association Songwriting Contest for three consecutive years, a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition 2021, a participant in Ben Folds’ 2021 songwriting intensive retreat – all while working as a frontline doctor in rural and remote Australia.

Now, the artist is swapping the stethoscope for a microphone, and is ready to share her second single with the world, named ‘Madness’.

A soaring piece that celebrates the artist’s impressive vocal ability, ‘Madness’ speaks to embracing the chaos of daily life. Produced by Grammy award-winning Kon Kersting (who’s worked with the likes of The Jungle Giants, Tones & I, The Reubens and many more), this is a moving, melancholic pop track with emotive piano, converging in a dramatically swirling melody that uplifts and carries the songwriter’s compelling voice to even greater heights.

Written in response to the chaos of her life in recent years, she chose to welcome it rather than fight against it.

“Routine has always been important for me. I thought the pandemic was bad. Now, suddenly I’m finding myself working in the Pacific, as a doctor alongside the Australian Defence Force, and living day to day in an environment of civil and political unrest, I truly appreciate uncertainty and a certain kind of daily madness.”

Jade Empress has already received enthusiastic support for her first release from Triple J, Double J, as well as commercial and community radio stations. ‘Golden Hours’ has also been featured on international music blogs including Send Me Yours Ears, Roadie Music, Indie Dock Music Blog (UK), PopMuzik (Sweden).

With two more singles already set for release later this year, we have a lot more of Jade Empress’s talent to look forward to witnessing. The new single ‘Madness’ will be out on October 14.


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