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Madison Beer’s “Silence Between Songs” is Up For a GRAMMY

Silence Between Songs

Madison Beer knows you go home to another one, but right now, she’s hoping a GRAMMY will go home to her. Beer’s sophomore album, Silence Between Songs, has been nominated for a GRAMMY in the Best Immersive Audio Album category. The album is a work of art, in more ways than one, it seems.

Interestingly, Silence Between Songs is the only album in this category not listing Michael Romanowski as the immersive mastering engineer. Instead, Aaron Short is the immersive mastering engineer on the album. Though the underdog, Silence Between Songs’ popularity and success speaks for itself. It may pull through with a win just yet.

Aside from Aaron Short’s credit on the album, several other people helped bring it to life. Sean Brennan and Mike Piacentini were the immersive mix engineers. Madison Beer, herself, as well as Leroy Clampitt were the immersive producers.

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Madison Beer ‘Silence Between Songs’ Album Cover Art

Madison Beer and Her GRAMMY Nomination

In an Instagram post from November 10, 2023, Madison Beer shared several screenshots of her album’s nomination from several different sources. She also included a short video of her reaction, along with the caption, “no words only tears.” In the video, she’s holding her head in her hands, incredulous at the news, simply repeating, “Oh my god.”

In the meantime, Beer is gearing up for her upcoming tour this year. The Spinnin Tour starts February 24 in Stockholm, Sweden.

Stay tuned with us for more Madison Beer news, as well as more 2024 GRAMMY updates. Check out yesterday’s article on another nominee for the Immersive Audio Album category here.

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