Magdalene Rose | Brat Fest
Memorial Day Weekend: Madison WI

Magdalene Rose

Sunday, May 26 | Metal/Rock | MYPAF Island Stage | 12:10pm–12:50pm

Website: Magdalene Rose

The Future of Beautycore

Magdalene Rose started her career at a young age in a band with her sisters called “The GFM Band” and has always had music in her blood. When her sisters decided to pursue their own paths, she forged ahead to create something new, exciting, and entirely her own to carry on the next chapter of “Beautycore.”

Magdalene Rose’s debut single “Shark Spray” is a fierce and unforgettable track that speaks to the pain of betrayal. The lyrics compare the experience of being hurt by those you trusted to being circled by sharks, with the people you love turning on you like predators. Despite the hurt, “Shark Spray” urges listeners to stand up and fight back with everything they’ve got. With driving guitar riffs, thundering drums, and Magdalene Rose’s soaring, yet agressive vocals, “Shark Spray” is an anthem of resilience in the face of adversity.

“Shark Spray” was co-written by Magdalene Rose with Blaise Rojas and Weston Evans of Seventh Day Slumber. In fact, she is currently writing a full album with them.

She is also on RockFest Records, a Nashville-based label distributed by Capitol UMG.

Becoming a Touring Artist… Again

Maggie is no stranger to touring, but as a solo artist, she is just getting started…

That being said, she is a force to be reckoned with on the stage. Being backed by some of the most talented musicians in the industry, Magdalene Rose is bringing her high-energy performances to audiences around the country and is delivering an unforgettable show that leaves fans begging for more.

Within her first few months of touring, she had already shared the stage with some of Rock’s heaviest hitters, including Fozzy, P.O.D., and Drowning Pool. She has also toured with Seventh Day Slumber for most of 2023, spreading a message of hope all throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Magdalene Rose is a rising star in the Rock/Metal world and her live performances are not to be missed.

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