Track of the Day: Maddy Jane “You’re not mine (But I Think You Should Be)” (2020)

Tasmanian artist, Maddy Jane has unveiled her latest single, “You’re not mine (But I Think You Should Be)”. After releasing her debut album Not All Bad Or Good earlier this year through Lemon Tree Records/Sony Music Entertainment Australia, Maddy’s new single is fresh and addictive.

The song captures a vibrant indie-rock tune with Jane’s vocals presented in a cool and spunky essence. She talks us through the inspiration behind the track:

“This song was one that was trying to tell me something,” says Maddy. “It came together so quickly when I wrote it and recorded it in the middle of the pandemic. I spend so much time in my head coming from an insecure place and this was about realising I need to balance out those negative and insecure thoughts more often. It’s about coming from a place of confidence and reminding myself that I do love myself and I’ve grown so much. Something that I feel like we were all forced to look at this year. After I wrote this, I looked back and felt like I just taught myself a lesson. It’s a feel-good reminder that you are awesome and are just supposed to be doing, you!”

The music video features an all-star cast of Australian females and friends on Jane including Ruby Fields, Annie Hamilton, Odette, Lucy Smith (triple j), Lily Richardson (CLEWS) and Rosie Fitzgerald (I Know Leopard).

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Danica Sharma

Writer for the AU Review, a lover of books, poetry, good food, travel and adventure. Follow her personal instagram @danicaarasharma or her poetry instagram @danicasharmawrites