Madeline Kenney’s Big One is a showcase of ad hominem, picturesque dissent, and lovable allusions of physical adorations. There’s much gravity to the thought. The dreams abound in Madeline’s head. But non-communicated quite completely, to the one she loves.
It’s a task.
Love is a task..and a half, all mixed in with our other thoughts and to-do’s in life.
You wake up. Brush your teeth. Think about coffee. Shower.
“What should I do with the load of laundry today?”
“I need to have that sales report done for the big boss. Oh no…”
“Oh it’s sunny today.”
“Sleep wasn’t really good last night. What’s wrong with my pillow?”
“I love him.”
Yep. That’s how we think sometimes; within, and silent in our heads.
Chaotic, disturbingly boring, little tasks, needing big actions.
You look at your ring.
Madeline Kenney’s work in this song is melodic, and all consuming dream cloud cast. It’s captivating and loving, and we really like it.
We dig it, you should too.
She’s rep’ed by Company Records, out of Oakland California.