French producer Madeon is really pushing himself to expand his sonic universe. His forthcoming sophomore LP, Good Faith, sees him singing, songwriting and composing broad-stroke synth-pop fit to soar on radio or uplift audiences at festivals worldwide. He's truly feeling himself out as a creative and opening himself up in new ways he never thought imaginable, but that can be a scary experience. His latest single "Be Fine" gets real about that vulnerability.
Musically, "Be Fine" plays like a spiritual sister to Madeon's Porter Robinson collaboration "Shelter." The track is assembled from big, sweeping melodies and comes out the gate swinging with a powerful gospel choir. Dig deeper into the lyrics, though, and you'll see a new story emerge.