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Nov 26, 2020

Madison Beer is opening up about how the coronavirus pandemic set back the release of her debut album, Life Support.
In a conversation on 102.7 KIIS FM, she admits the health crisis has altered a lot of her plans this year and promised fans theyll finally get to hear her new music in early 2021.
Madison reveals: COVID really kind of set it back a lot but were getting it out at the top of 2021 Im super pumped to get it out there.
As for the significance behind the album title, she explains: I was going through a really tough time mentally and [the album] was the only thing giving me hope It was literally like life support for me.
In a separate interview with Ryan Seacrest, Madison opens up about how her lyrics reflect her mental health struggles, saying: I think theres a lot of stigma around mental health.
Its sad we allow ourselves to judge people based off of things so surface like Instagram and social media. Were all putting on a facade and a front at all times and Im trying to be more open about that kind of stuff [because] its really important.
She adds that finding fame at such a young age has been challenging: I got signed and recognized when I was 12 and was kind of put on a pedestal that then over time felt more like a chopping block.
Are you excited to finally hear Madisons debut album?