Madison Cunningham’s new single “Beauty Into Clichés,” is out now via Verve Forecast—listen/share HERE. The 21-year-old singer-songwriter is set to embark on a 34-date North American tour with the Punch Brothers, see below for a complete list of dates. Madison has previously performed as a duet partner with Punch BrothersChris Thile on APM’s “Live From Here”, and is a regular performer on the show.

The single is accompanied by a second track, “So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright,” available on all DSPs. A 7” vinyl of the multi-track single will be sold on the upcoming tour dates.

Cunnningham says of the new song “I wasn’t trying to convey a super loud message. It was more of a progressive revelation for me. I was thinking about growing up and losing a bit of innocence then I realized another cliché: how can something so beautiful be turned into something so monotonous and stale?”

Madison Cunningham recently signed to Verve Forecast and is currently recording her debut full-length LP. Her new music follows the release of last year's debut EP, Love, Lose, Remember.

The Orange County, CA-native first picked up a guitar at age seven, and by age twelve was singing and performing alongside her five siblings in church. By the age of fifteen, Madison realized songwriting was a passion she wanted to pursue, citing Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan as key inspirations. “It’d always been a hobby before, but around then, I realized I wanted to make it a religious practice,” Madison says, “I thought if I could capture some of their same spirit ever in my life, I’d have to work hard and every day.”

For more information, please contact Samantha Tillman, Kate Rakvic or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.



July 12 /// Charleston Gaillard Center /// Charleston, SC
July 13 /// Pisgah Brewing Company /// Black Mountain, NC
July 14 /// The Tabernacle /// Atlanta, GA
July 17 /// Knight Theater /// Charlotte, NC
July 18 /// Maymont Park /// Richmond, VA
July 20 /// Ryman Auditorium /// Nashville, TN
July 21 /// Ryman Auditorium /// Nashville, TN
July 22 /// Durham Performing Arts Center /// Durham, NC
July 23 /// Union Transfer /// Philadelphia, PA
July 25 /// House of Blues /// Boston, MA
July 26 /// Flynn Center for Performing Arts /// Burlington, VT
July 27 /// State Theatre /// Portland, ME
July 28 /// Beacon Theatre /// New York, NY
Aug 8 /// University of Buffalo – Center for the Arts /// Buffalo, NY
Aug 9 /// Evans Amphitheater /// Cleveland Heights, OH
Aug 10 /// Royal Oak Music Theatre /// Royal Oak, MI
Aug 11 /// Palace Theatre /// Saint Paul, MN
Aug 13 /// The CommonWealth Room /// Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 14 /// Egyptian Theatre /// Boise, ID
Aug 15 /// Bing Crosby Theater /// Spokane, WA
Aug 21 /// University of California, Davis /// Davis, CA
Aug 22 /// Fox Theater /// Oakland, CA
Aug 23 /// Weill Hall at the Green Music Center /// Rohnert Park, CA
Aug 24 /// The Theatre at Ace Hotel /// Los Angeles, CA
Aug 25 /// The Observatory – North Park /// San Diego, CA
Sept 6 /// The Anthem /// Washington DC
Sept 7 /// Symphony Center /// Chicago, IL
Sept 8 /// Touhill Performing Arts Center @ University of Missouri /// St. Louis, MO
Sept 9 /// Kauffman Center for Performing Arts /// Kansas City, MO
Sept 11 /// Manship Theatre Baton /// Rouge, LA
Sept 12 /// The Civic Theatre /// New Orleans, LA
Sept 13 /// Bass Concert Hall /// Austin, TX
Sept 14 /// Majestic Theatre /// Dallas, TX
Sept 15 /// Tower Theatre /// Oklahoma City, OK