Upcoming artist Rett Madison grew up in West Virginia, listening to classic rock on road trips with her mom -elements you can hear in influences from Fleetwood Mac, Prince, Madonna, Cat Stevens, Norah Jones, Sade, and the Bee Gees. Rett attended Interlochen Arts Academy to study songwriting from the ages of 16 to 18 years old. On this campus located in the middle of a forest in northern Michigan, Rett found her passion for writing and creating. In her late teens, Rett had formed her identity as an artist and musician but still struggled with her identity as a person - it was then that she realized and accepted her queer identity. Rett found her way with words by sharing her life experiences through her music. "I try to be open about my queerness and those experiences in my music now, so that kids who may be living through similar experiences that I once did, won't feel as alone and will know there are better days ahead of them." Following the release of her newest single "Skeptic's Angels," she projects a very nostalgic track that will surely captivate your ears. Beginning with dreamy instrumentation leading onto her sweet and luscious vocals she completes the track fully. Explaining the single further it's where everything comes to a head: soft piano slowly builds as other instruments are slowly layered in; the cracks in Rett's vocals only emphasize the power behind it. And all this is packaged in a wish to drive out cynicism and bring back the purity of believing in hopeful elements like angels. No matter how somber the track, Rett makes sure to remind you there is always light just around the bend. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have you vibing out. Being just perfect for a late-night drive or alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Skeptic's Angels".