September 24, 2022

Maggie Lindemann has unveiled a music video for the monitor “Cages,” premiering completely through Consequence in the present day (September sixteenth). It arrives alongside her debut full-length album SUCKERPUNCH, which options collaborations with experimental artist Siiickbrain and Sleeping with Sirens’ Kellin Quinn.

Lindemann tells Consequence that “Cages” — which was written with Goldfinger’s John Feldmann, Aussie indie rocker Alex Lahey, and songwriter Rachel West (Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Barker) — is a sibling-like followup to her breakout monitor, 2016’s “Fairly Lady.” “It was type of presupposed to be [the] older sister,” Lindemann explains.

The SUCKERPUNCH standout serves as a rebellious name to motion to do what you need, whereas remaining true to your self. Between calling out the hypocrisy of these biting her sound, to blocking out the ideas and opinions of naysayers, “Cages” is powered by a build-up of frustration in the direction of these trying to restrict the pop singer-songwriter. The refrain sees Lindemann examine herself to the proverbial “king of the jungle,” as she sings, “Lions aren’t meant for cages/ Let me dwell my life.”

As a longtime fan of Avril Lavigne, Lindemann factors to the music video for “Sk8er Boi” as inspiration as a result of “filter” and “early-2000s vitality” it comprises.

Try the music video for Maggie Lindemann’s “Cages” beneath, adopted by her breakdown of the monitor’s influences.

Private Development:

I needed to make a music that had the identical precept and sentiment as “Fairly Lady” however felt extra like the place I’m at in my life as a 24-year-old, versus being seventeen after we wrote that music.


 Maggie Lindemann Shares the Origins of “Cages” Video: Exclusive

“Cages” is about being free and doing what you need, whether or not it’s dying your hair, consuming, or crashing your automotive simply to see who’s actually there for you! It’s me saying no; there’s nothing improper with me; I’m not going via something. That is simply who I’m — let me dwell!


 Maggie Lindemann Shares the Origins of “Cages” Video: Exclusive

It was so impressed by the film 13. I like that film, and for some cause, after I was writing it, I simply saved seeing the film in my head. Simply rebelling and discovering who you might be.

Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8er Boi” Music Video:

The music video is closely impressed by “Sk8er Boi” by Avril Lavigne. I like that previous MTV music video really feel, with the filter and the early-2000s vitality. I like that music video and I’m closely impressed by Avril, so I needed to do one thing to kinda give my respects/be capable to do a fucking cool, enjoyable video.

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