Artist

Madisyn Gifford

Her transcendent take on indie-folk with an integral pop tinge has earned accolades from media, industry moguls, and music-loving...

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Her transcendent take on indie-folk with an integral pop tinge has earned accolades from media, industry moguls, and music-loving masses alike; but with her latest output, Vancouver’s Madisyn Gifford is proving herself to be a complete creative force, serving up stories and introspections as compelling as the soundtrack to which they’re set. 

Despite having just hit her 20s, the quick-blooming, genre-bending artist has been quite prolific, dropping her debut EP, Learning to Exist, via 604 Records in the spring of 2021 and heralded follow-up LP, I hate ur guts, less than a year later. Now, she’s putting the final touches on the next musical milestone of what’s already an impressive artistic path. 

Of course, she’s seen her fanbase swell consistently and organically along the way, earning millions of streams across the major platforms; coverage from tastemaking outlets like Rolling Stone, RANGE, Popternative, and CLOUT; and live performances on national networks.

Releases

Albums

21 January 2022

I hate ur guts

Madisyn Gifford

EPs

14 May 2021

Learning to Exist

Madisyn Gifford

Singles

28 October 2022

Hospital Beds

Madisyn Gifford
15 July 2022

21

Madisyn Gifford
06 May 2022

Dancing on This Line

Madisyn Gifford

Artist Video

28 October, 2022

Madisyn Gifford loves to play the victim on “Hospital Beds” | Melodic Magazine

Love can make you do crazy things.  Breakups can make you do even crazier things.  What happens to us when we get into and...

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28 October, 2022

Madisyn Gifford releases a cheeky pop single, entitled, “Hospital Beds” | Bong Mines Entertainment

Madisyn Gifford is a rising singer-songwriter from Vancouver, BC, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a cheeky pop single, titled, “Hospital Beds.” “The...

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18 July, 2022

Review: “21” – Madisyn Gifford | Pop Passion

There’s a lot that we associate with the age of 21. It’s the age when we can start to go to clubs, it represents...

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