Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz

Madi Diaz has been making records and writing songs professionally since the mid 2000s, but it wasn't until she released 2021's History Of A Feeling that she felt the glare of wider notoriety.

It wasn't her debut album, but it certainly felt like it. She made her daytime and night time television debuts, embarked on her first solo tour since 2012, and supported Waxahatchee and Angel Olsen on tour, and also collaborated with them on record. Harry Styles handpicked Diaz to open for him in arenas and stadiums in North America, and was so taken by her captivating live show, he asked her to be a member of his touring band, to sing alongside him all over Europe and the UK, as well as continuing to open the show in various cities. After three months on the road touring internationally, Diaz is back in Nashville, and gearing up to release her new album, Weird Faith, perched on the precipice of her moment.

Featuring Kacey Musgraves and produced by Sam Cohen and Konrad Snyder, the album feels expansive and exploratory, showcasing her growth as a songwriter and speaking earnestly about the fears that come from falling in love again.

Madi Diaz

Weird Faith

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Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz
LP

£23.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve

Black
Released 09/02/2024Catalogue Number

279981

Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz
LP +

£27.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve

Turquoise
Released 09/02/2024Catalogue Number

279983

Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz
CD

£10.99

Released 09/02/2024Catalogue Number

279982

Madi Diaz

Weird Faith

Anti
Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz
LP

£23.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve

Black
Released 09/02/2024Catalogue Number

279981

Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz
LP +

£27.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve

Turquoise
Released 09/02/2024Catalogue Number

279983

Album artwork for Weird Faith by Madi Diaz
CD

£10.99

Released 09/02/2024Catalogue Number

279982

Madi Diaz has been making records and writing songs professionally since the mid 2000s, but it wasn't until she released 2021's History Of A Feeling that she felt the glare of wider notoriety.

It wasn't her debut album, but it certainly felt like it. She made her daytime and night time television debuts, embarked on her first solo tour since 2012, and supported Waxahatchee and Angel Olsen on tour, and also collaborated with them on record. Harry Styles handpicked Diaz to open for him in arenas and stadiums in North America, and was so taken by her captivating live show, he asked her to be a member of his touring band, to sing alongside him all over Europe and the UK, as well as continuing to open the show in various cities. After three months on the road touring internationally, Diaz is back in Nashville, and gearing up to release her new album, Weird Faith, perched on the precipice of her moment.

Featuring Kacey Musgraves and produced by Sam Cohen and Konrad Snyder, the album feels expansive and exploratory, showcasing her growth as a songwriter and speaking earnestly about the fears that come from falling in love again.