“Good in Goodbye” by Madison Beer
As the title suggests, in this song Madison Beer is perceiving the “good in goodbye”. And what it is she is saying goodbye to is a “toxic boy”. Or as the singer explains, she is in a relationship with a guy who is neglecting her despite she regularly throwing “tantrums” concerning such treatment. Moreover, as explained in the second verse, she loves him to the point where she would even die for him.
But in return for this commitment it is rather he who does her the most harm. So now she has concluded that she needs some me time, i.e. a period dedicated to self-development without the worries which are part and parcel of this relationship. And amidst making these decision, you can say that she has decided to throw the fact that she’s dumping dude straight in his face. Or more to thesis of “Good in Goodbye”, she is actually celebrating being free of a partner whose presence was detrimental to her wellbeing.
Facts about “Good in Goodbye”
Madison Beer served as a writer and producer of “Good in Goodbye”, as well as being the director of the CGI-heavy music video to the tune.
Two other artists, Big Taste and One Love, are also co-writers and co-producers of this track. And the other co-writers are Isiah Sominique Libeau and One Love’s established musical partner, Kinetics.
“Good in Goodbye” is the lead single from Madison Beer’s debut album, “Life Support”. The song was released by Epic Records on 31 January 2020.
The track was first teased by the singer via Twitter on 24 January 2020.