After graduating from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Maggie Rogers released her critically acclaimed debut EP, Now That The Light Is Fading. The acclaimed producer/songwriter/performer now releases major label debut album Heard It In A Past Life. The album includes the song that introduced Rogers to the world, "Alaska," which has accrued over 100 million global combined streams to date. Heard It In A Past Life also contains the follow-up singles "Fallingwater," praised by NPR as "a celebration of the terrifying yet thrilling process of change" and "Give A Little," which Pitchfork hailed as "cathartic pop song about empathy and unity."; as well as newest single "Light On".
Give a Little
On + Off
Back in My Body
In a way, Maggie Rogers is the exemplary model of a modern pop star. Her success story is one that’s exclusive to our times, when the Internet has the power to make moguls out of memes overnight. But Rogers is no Mason Ramsey: Her story begins not with a Walmart yodel, but with an unbelievably perfect demo, played for Pharrell Williams during a songwriting masterclass at New York University in 2016. The video of his reaction (stunned, in the best way) went viral, and Rogers stumbled into sensation.
If Maggie Rogers can find a way to exist alongside Billie Eilish, she’ll be the next big thing in pop. The charts are starved for something real and down-to-earth, and her songs, while heavily produced in comparison to some of her folksier beginnings, have an earnestness to them that can’t be fabricated. Rogers’ career may have first sparked on the internet, but now it’s a fire burning
Paste - Maggie Rogers: Heard It In A Past Life Review By Ellen Johnson | January 22, 2019
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