September 20th, 2022

Maggie Lindemann

Maggie Lindemann has released her debut album SUCKERPUNCH.

Building on the sharp songwriting and singularly honed-in sounds she’d established on her acclaimed 2021 EP PARANOIA, SUCKERPUNCH chronicles a journey of self-discovery and actualization over the course of its 15 tracks.

Suckerpunch

“It’s an unexpected punch, a blow you didn’t see coming,” Maggie Lindemann explains. “When I was making this, I had those blows in my own life; when I listened to the album back from start to finish, I realized the entire thing was a sucker punch – for myself, for my fans – and I knew it had to be the title.”

On the rebel anthem “cages,” Maggie delivers a sucker punch to haters who mistake her for someone seeking their approval: “Don’t need your take on what I do (woah)/Lions aren’t meant for cages/Let me live my life,” she sings. In the official video, which premiered today, Maggie and her friends gather in an LA parking lot that’s filled with school buses and under the shadow of a towering church. With boards and beer in hand, they head out for a local skate park. Directed by Vixxion and Sam Fine, the kinetic clip mirrors the punk energy of the track, exploding with unpredictable angles and edits.

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June 6th, 2022

Arriving just a few short weeks after Maggie Lindemann’s recent single “how could you do this to me” (feat. Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn), the alt/rock songstress has released her latest collaborative video/track “break me!” featuring siiickbrain. “break me!” is from Maggie’s forthcoming debut album SUCKERPUNCH, which is expected to drop later this year.

“‘break me!’ featuring siiickbrain is about being intoxicated,” Maggie shares. “It’s all the feelings it gives you, that rush of fear and adrenaline, but also the calmness and peace. The video is meant to convey the juxtaposition of the two – one moment you’re euphoric and the next you feel like you’re broken, suffocating and your heart is decaying.”

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February 10th, 2022

LA-via-Toronto rising star LØLØ has been breathing new life into the pop-punk scene and she doesn’t disappoint with her latest single “debbie downer” (out today) via LA independent label Hopeless Records (Illuminati Hotties, New Found Glory). LØLØ gets a hand from alternative darling Maggie Lindemann on “debbie downer” — a deliciously perverse mockery of the manic pixie dream girl trope.

LØLØ shares this about the new single:

“So there’s this girl, debbie. She‘s got jet black nails to match her hair and the rest of her outfit. She’s a little bit of a mess (but, who isn’t these days?). More often than not, u may find her being a little too drunk at a party, possibly falling over. Maybe she’s a little intense — she tends to over share and talk about things that “normal” people find weird— but that’s just debbie. I’ve heard people say she’s “too aggressive” but I don’t think she means to be. She’s always asked “are you ok?” – which she swears she is. She’s sensitive and emotional, but she’s not sad (most of the time). Sometimes she just feels like she doesn’t really belong. ‘Hi. Nice to meet u. It’s me— debbie downer, and I wrote this song for anyone that’s ever felt a little different or out of place too.'”

The track is accompanied by a charming music video (dir. Jake Johnston) that portrays LØLØ and Maggie as high school outcasts who team up to unite the untouchables – from nerds to goths. Whilst rocking adorable grunge cheerleader outfits, the girls bring another level of energy and story to the track. The video also features cameos from Leah Kate, Alex Porat, Sophie Powers, Jutes, Angela Mazzanti, and Dre Ronayne.

LØLØ shares this about the music video:

“This was one of those songs where while I was writing it, I could really SEE the video. I knew there had to be some emo cheerleaders involved, since we pay homage to Bring it On (one of my favorite movies). ‘debbie downer’ is all not belonging or fitting in, so I thought it would be funny to have cheerleaders cheering in places they really don’t belong— for example, a tennis match, a chess game, or a science club. Working with Jake Johnston was AMAZING. We had originally gotten some treatments from a few people, but when I saw his I knew we had to go with him— he executed my vision perfectly and was so much fun to work with. Maggie also absolutely KILLED IT. Of course she plays the it girl-bad b*tch, because LOOK AT HER. I want her to step on me. She joins the dark side and embraces her debbie-downer-ness of course at the end of the video, because at the end of the day, we are ALL debbie downers.”

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November 7th, 2021

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