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Madison Beer steps out for dinner with rumored beau Nick Austin at Catch LA

Her highly anticipated debut album Life Support premiered on streaming platforms Friday, to the delight of her patient fanbase. 

And Madison Beer continued to celebrate the album’s release as she stepped out for a celeb-friendly dinner at Catch LA with her rumored beau Nick Austin.

The 21-year-old songstress put some prep in her step by rocking a navy blue sweater with a diamond pattern for her night on the town.

Celebrate: Madison Beer continued to celebrate her debut album’s release as she stepped out for a celeb-friendly dinner at Catch LA

Madison paired her preppy top with some light wash jeans and a pair of classic black Converse All Star sneakers.

She layered up her look with a brown leather jacket that coordinated with her vintage Fendi purse.

Beer’s lengthy brunette hair sported a noticeable shine and flowed down her chest in sleek strands. 

The Good In Goodbye hitmaker adhered to COVID-19 protocols by sporting a black mask.

Preppy: The 21-year-old songstress put some prep in her step by rocking a navy blue sweater with a diamond pattern for her night on the town

Preppy: The 21-year-old songstress put some prep in her step by rocking a navy blue sweater with a diamond pattern for her night on the town

In good company: Madison was joined by her rumored beau Nick Austin

In good company: Madison was joined by her rumored beau Nick Austin

In good company: Madison was joined by her rumored beau Nick Austin

Following in tow was Madison’s apparent love interest Nick Austin who rocked a noticeably casual ensemble.

The TikTok star sported a graphic tee layered beneath a plain black hoodie.

To complete his ensemble, Austin threw on some sweatpants and a pair of olive toned trainers. 

Classic: Madison paired her preppy top with some light wash jeans and a pair of classic black Converse All Star sneakers

Classic: Madison paired her preppy top with some light wash jeans and a pair of classic black Converse All Star sneakers

Sleek: Beer's lengthy brunette hair sported a noticeable shine and flowed down her chest in sleek strands

Sleek: Beer’s lengthy brunette hair sported a noticeable shine and flowed down her chest in sleek strands

Earlier in the day, Austin sang his praises as he promoted Beer’s album on his Instagram Story.

He wrote: ‘This girl has put her heart and soul into this album. You inspire me everyday and you are the most incredible person I have ever met. So proud of you you deserve all the success coming your way.’ 

And her club promoter ex Zack Bia proved there was no bad blood between them as he also celebrated her with a post, despite their two year on-off relationship ending in 2019.

Masked-up: The Good In Goodbye hitmaker adhered to COVID-19 protocols by sporting a black mask

Masked-up: The Good In Goodbye hitmaker adhered to COVID-19 protocols by sporting a black mask

‘HUGE congrats to @madisonbeer. life is too short to not celebrate the people who have been so important in your life. i’ve seen the growth and the hard work and i know how massive this is for you to drop your debut album. can’t wait to see the amazing things you accomplish, always in support in admiration, this is going to be incredible for you.’ 

Beer exclusively told DailyMail.com that the album centers around her mental health battles — namely anxiety — in addition to prescription drugs and past toxic relationships.

‘Writing songs is like therapy for me,’ the 21-year-old told DailyMail.com. ‘That’s why this album is called Life Support. It helped me get rid of the darkness and see the light.’

Life support: Her highly anticipated debut album Life Support premiered on streaming platforms Friday, to the delight of her patient fanbase

Life support: Her highly anticipated debut album Life Support premiered on streaming platforms Friday, to the delight of her patient fanbase

Exclusive: Beer exclusively told DailyMail.com that the album centers around her mental health battles ¿ namely anxiety ¿ in addition to prescription drugs and past toxic relationships

Exclusive: Beer exclusively told DailyMail.com that the album centers around her mental health battles — namely anxiety — in addition to prescription drugs and past toxic relationships

She added, ‘My inspirations sonically are really diverse. I guess I’m not an easy artist to pigeonhole, and a lot of these songs are like nothing I’ve ever attempted before.’ 

‘All of me is laid bare on this album; it’s been a really fulfilling experience to create something that feels so true to myself,’ she shared.

Sonically Life Support is reflective of Madison’s eclectic musical tastes, while lyrically it pushes the boundaries of accepted norms from female singer songwriters in pop in the same way as Rina Sawayama’s SAWAYAMA or Hayley Williams’ Petals For Armor do.

Supportive beau? Earlier in the day, Austin sang his praises as he promoted Beer's album on his Instagram Story

Supportive beau? Earlier in the day, Austin sang his praises as he promoted Beer’s album on his Instagram Story

Her heart is in it: He wrote: 'This girl has put her heart and soul into this album. You inspire me everyday and you are the most incredible person I have ever met. So proud of you you deserve all the success coming your way'

Her heart is in it: He wrote: ‘This girl has put her heart and soul into this album. You inspire me everyday and you are the most incredible person I have ever met. So proud of you you deserve all the success coming your way’

There are references to mental health and prescription drugs, toxic relationships and to the atypical life that Madison has led since famously being discovered by Bieber on YouTube aged just 13.

An album written as catharsis, Life Support is delivered as a document of all Madison has experienced and a self-care guide to coming out the other side.

Madison Beer’s Life Support is a strong personal and artistic statement as she wrote her own songs, producing and creating her own visuals. 

Therapy: 'Writing songs is like therapy for me,' the 21-year-old told DailyMail.com. 'That's why this album is called Life Support. It helped me get rid of the darkness and see the light'

Therapy: ‘Writing songs is like therapy for me,’ the 21-year-old told DailyMail.com. ‘That’s why this album is called Life Support. It helped me get rid of the darkness and see the light’

Honesty hour: There are references to mental health and prescription drugs, toxic relationships and to the atypical life that Madison has led since famously being discovered by Bieber on YouTube aged just 13

Honesty hour: There are references to mental health and prescription drugs, toxic relationships and to the atypical life that Madison has led since famously being discovered by Bieber on YouTube aged just 13


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