Silence Between Songs

Madison Beer - Silence Between Songs
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2023 Ratings: #539 / 607
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Based on 553 ratings
2023 Ratings: #427
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An immediate step up, ‘Silence Between Songs’ feels more sonically cohesive than Madison’s first record, literally and figuratively stepping into her groove with a record that’s surprisingly cool.
Beats Per Minute
While those who are expecting bops might find themselves taken aback by the lulling nature of the sound, Beer has opted for a generally more cohesive sound. While some tracks do run the risk of sounding samey in terms of production, the main strengths of this album lie in Beer’s powerful voice and transparent lyrics.
The Line of Best Fit
Beer’s a strong contender for newfound pop princess status, but her sophomore album is hindered by a bout of Disney balladry. Perhaps she’s still in her prologue.
A record with a message that is so authentically her that almost has no other way but to convey a bright but somewhat melancholic future.
The Telegraph

There are a few tracks that could be spicier (Envy the Leaves, At Your Worst), but overall, Silence Between Songs seems like the album Beer has been wanting – and waiting – to make for a long, long time.

Following decade in the spotlight, Beer channels ‘60s pop and her love of Lana Del Rey and Kevin Parker on this purposeful second album.

Another day, another Del Rey...


i came into this expecting a bland, overproduced, shallow pop album by a social media star. but i came away pleasantly surprised. (THIS JUST IN: CHRONICALLY ONLINE DEGENERATE LEARNS THAT MADISON BEER IS A HUMAN BEING!)

this isn’t the most amazing project that ever graced my ears. but there is subtlety to be found here, and she comes off as genuine. it’s pretty standard as far as chill pop goes, but the production fits her voice and leaves room for some touching moments at times. ... read more


Alt-pop that flows throughout its world seamlessly, slowly getting smaller and smaller.

Madison Beer has become quite the celebrity over the last few years or so as an influencer, singer, and even recently, Twitch streamer. She follows a kind of collection of artists that I absolutely adore as people and would love to have a chat with, but either don't care about or don't like their art. Others in that category include Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift (even though I think I'm slipping ... read more


Sonically, it's a more cohesive listen than her debut album but "Silence Between Songs" lacks the quirks and the experimentation that made "Life Support" so captivating in the first place. For this record, it sounds like Madison compromised her sound to make an album that's more commercially friendly and unfortunately, at times, forgettable.

However, Madison has never sounded better than on some of the tracks on this record and proves to be a vocal powerhouse. It's ... read more


It's sonically intresting but it's just forgettable....


just as good as life support, and then more

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Added on: May 31, 2023