Only a few months after releasing her debut album Life Support, Madison Beer teased the start of a new era with her new single, “Reckless.”
The Painful Message on “Reckless”
“Reckless” is a heartbreaking, intimate ballad where Madison talks about her insecurities about someone else becoming part of her partner’s life. It features a slow melody and her beautiful but painful vocals singing the lyrics.
“Each day goes by and each night, I cry. Somebody saw you with her last night. You gave me your word, ‘Don’t worry ’bout her.’ You might love her now, but you loved me first. Said you’d never hurt me, but here we are. Oh, you swore on every star. How could you be so reckless with my heart?” Madison sings.
According to Madison, “Reckless” is about “How easy it is for some people in relationships to hurt others and move on without any guilt,” she shared in a press release. “People have so much power over their partner’s feelings, yet many still choose to treat each other carelessly. I believe there is a balance to putting ourselves and our feelings first; while knowing we have the responsibility of treating people with respect, kindness, and consideration. It’s so important to find that balance in every relationship and knowing when to move on if you can’t.”
Madison Teased the Song on Twitter
She shared these tweets referring to the song prior to its release. “Guys I’m releasing my favorite song I’ve ever made soon. I’m sorry, I really couldn’t keep that information to myself anymore” “I hope everyone sobs on their bathroom floor like I do when I listen to it”
Madison also tweeted, “I made reckless in October of 2020 after finding out my intuition is literally always right and if someone tells you not to worry about someone else but your heart tells you you should…… run.”
Recently, she also announced that she will be touring Europe in Spring 2022 as part of her Life Support tour. The U.S. dates starting this Fall had already been announced last month, with tickets on sale now.