Madison Beer’s fairytale aesthetic in 'Reckless' music video has fans in tears
Madison Beer might drop her second untitled album very soon but before she does that the talented crooner is making sure she creates all the hype possible with her recently released heartbreak ballad ‘Reckless’. The apparent lead track from the upcoming album was released in the first week of June and was well-received by the critics and her fans.
Now, to up the ante, the 22-year-old songstress dropped an aesthetically stunning video of ‘Reckless’ leaving her fans emotional. The video has been directed by Madison herself along with Amber Park. For the unversed, the track was also co-produced and co-written by the versatile singer herself. The song ‘Reckless’ was the first new music since her debut album ‘Life Support‘ which was released in February 2021.
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Madison Beer shares fairytale-like video
Madison Beer seemed very excited about her new project as she started sharing the snippets and photos from the song a week ago on her official Instagram account. Talking about the MV, the stunning visuals of ‘Reckless’ left the fans impressed with 80’s Disney vibe. In the fairytale-like aesthetic video, Madison Beer can be seen jumping from a window to walking on a huge book giving several metaphorical examples to her fans.
Talking about her song, she asserted, as reported by NME, (Reckless) is about “how easy it is for some people in relationships to hurt others and move on without any guilt.” She added, “People have so much power over their partner’s feelings, yet many still choose to treat each other carelessly.” Madison concluded, “I believe there is a balance to putting ourselves and our feelings first, while knowing we have the responsibility of treating people with respect, kindness, and consideration. It’s so important to find that balance in every relationship and knowing when to move on if you can’t.”
If we talk about the lyrics, Madison kicks off her sad song with the verse, “Hey, This is a story I hate/ And tellin' it might make me break/ But I'll tell it anyway, This chapter's about/ How you said there was nobody else, Then you got up and went to her house/ You guys always left me out.” She then slips into the chorus with her powerful vocals, “Each day goes by and each night, I cry/ Somebody saw you with her last night/ You gave me your word, "Don't worry 'bout her"/ You might love her now, but you loved me first/ Said you'd never hurt me, but here we are/ Oh, you swore on every star, How could you be so reckless with my heart?”
‘This MV got me crying and sobbing on the bathroom floor’
Madison Beer’s loyal fans did not waste any time to rush to Twitter in order to praise the impressive work the singer did. One fan shared, “Madison Beer is so pretty. She literally have fairy vibes.” Another emotional fan posted, “This MV got me crying and sobbing on the bathroom floor .” One fan added, “Madison Beer can direct, can write, can produce, can act, can sing, can edit the only thing that she can’t do is dance but i fear this is gonna change so be ready for madison beer world domination.”
The next one tweeted, “The #RecklessMusicVideo was breathtaking, i am so proud of you.” Whereas, one user said, “The 80s disney vibe hello??? this may just be your best MV yet. love this and u so much. stream reckless!” One individual asserted, “Im bawling my eyes out @madisonbeer i loved it, it's so magical and different. love you” while another chimed in and concluded, “I cant even describe to you how in love i am with this music video. this one for the history books.”
madison beer is so pretty 😭😭 she literally have fairy vibes 😭😭🧚🏼🧚🏼❤️— meen ◡̈ (@meencabello) June 29, 2021
madison beer can direct, can write, can produce, can act, can sing, can edit the only thing that she can’t do is dance but i fear this is gonna change so be ready for madison beer world domination— carolina (@lifestained) June 29, 2021
im bawling my eyes out @madisonbeer i loved it, it's so magical and different. love you 🤍— mia | 287 days (@miasmadison) June 29, 2021