The song is the first official single from portal
Melanie Martinez shares “Void,” the official single from her much-anticipated new album. portal Due March 31 on Atlantic Records, the single is an alt-pop earworm written and produced by Martinez herself, following the release of her debut single “Death,” which earned her the streaming top of the charts. the first week most It was her first week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with any original song. until now .
The cinematic “Death” music video, directed, imagined and costumed by Melanie Martinez herself, reached its YouTube premiere with nearly 80,000 fans watching. It’s trending #1 on YouTube for a song and it’s already trending. The official video received more than six million views in the week following its launch. The song debuted with a series of otherworldly clips revealing the reincarnation of fan-favorite character “Cry Baby,” which quickly sparked crazy fan theories and racked up over 115 million views. Times across social media, “Death” was the 13th track. portal The album opens and “Void” is followed by the lead single.
The much awaited festival performances at Lollapalooza Argentina on March 18, Lollapalooza Chile on March 19, and Colombia’s Bogota Estéreo Picnic on March 23, were performed by Melanie Martinez as a new creature and debuted the song. Arriving for the first time, Martinez will also perform at Lollapalooza Brazil on March 25. The overseas live performance schedule will be announced soon.
portal It marks the 27-year-old New York-born singer-songwriter-filmmaker’s first full-length work, nearly four years after his RIAA Gold-certified second album hit 100 streams. 2 billion times K-12which proved a sensation upon its release in September 2019. It entered the Billboard 200 at No. 3, Martinez’s highest chart position to date, while debuting at No. 1 on the alternative albums chart and No. 1 on the charts. soundtrack album K-12 It also served as the theme song for a captivating musical film written, directed and starring Martinez. which currently has more than 106 million views through YouTube alone. K-12 It was the sixth highest-grossing film in the United States as of September 3, 2019 in theaters. It was shown for one night only in more than 425 theaters in 32 countries.