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NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 19: Madison Beer performs onstage during the MTV VMA Kickoff Concert presented by DirecTV Now at Terminal 5 on August 19, 2018 in New York City.

Madison Beer's Morse & Binary Coded Messages = Music Drop Friday

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By Alyssa McCraw

Madison Beer has heard the cry of her people!

The 21-year-old pop star's first full-length album Life Support was due out on March 27th - unfortunately, its release had to be delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, though: she's been ultra-active in staying engaged with her fans throughout the entire crisis, even hosting a Billboard Live At-Home concert on March 23rd in support of a medically-related charity. It was during this time that Madison debuted a new song titled "Stained Glass" - and while it's unconfirmed if the track's release is what's coming on Friday, she's definitely confirmed that something is coming on Friday.

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NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 20: Madison Beer attends the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City.
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This was the response Madison Beer sent to a fan who, representing the collective community, expressed our fandom's current state of both hunger and boredom in relation to not receiving enough attention content from our queen.

On March 30th, her genius mind decided to reveal that she has something up her sleeve for this upcoming Friday, April 3rd - but instead of just tweeting about it (boring), she chose to tweet about it using binary code.

"sry i don't speak morse code??"

This was the reply another citizen of Madisonland wrote their ruler.

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 25: Madison Beer performs live on stage at O2 Academy Islington on March 25, 2018 in London, England.
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And this was the response HRH Madison Beer sent to the aforementioned fan. After utilizing individual code translators (and affirming our findings by reading the replies), we found that both of these items translate to FRIDAY.

And we just. can't. wait.

Not gonna lie tho - we were a bit scared for her when "Selfish" first dropped earlier this year (bc she seemed like a v sad girl). However, she calmed us down a little bit when we found out that this impending album has been a very therapeutic process for her.

Madison Beer snaps a selfie in the car.
Madison Beer | Facebook

“It’s a really representative body of work of my last year or two of life,” Madison told Radio.com in February.

“I touch on topics that I feel like I’ve never really touched on publicly, and speaking on them in a way that I’m comfortable. I think that’s the most exciting part for me about the album. Coming out and talking about certain dark moments, or depression, or suicidal thoughts - it’s hard for me to talk about it conversationally and so expressing that through my music and having that be the first step into opening up about those kind of things I think is good."

Madison Beer spotted on the street during New York Fashion Week in 2017.
Madison Beer | Facebook

Always an active proponent for mental health awareness, Beer got really candid a few weeks back when the panic surrounding COVID-19 began becoming a reality for much of the world.

With a global pandemic at hand, this can be a very scary, lonely, triggering, and difficult time for many," she tweeted on March 13th. "Make sure to care for your mental health in this scary period as much as you’re caring for your physical [health.]"

Despite having a rough go of things, Madison's almost as giddy as we are for what's to come.

"I’m excited to finally have this message get across that I am human and we all go through similar things at the end of the day.”

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