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Mae Muller releases new single and video

“Mae Muller’s witty and brutally honest lyrics set her apart from her peers…” – GQ

Mae Muller releases her new single ‘I Don’t Want Your Money’ and its accompanying video.
Listen/Watch HERE.

Self-shot in isolation and directed remotely by Sophie Muller [Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Beyoncé], the light-hearted visual sees Mae take us on a colourful virtual journey of different looks, setting the scenes and displaying the emotions that come with having to explain what you do (and don’t!) need from a relationship.

Having co-written the track with Jimmy Napes [Sam Smith, Khalid, Alicia Keys] who also produced it,
‘I Don’t Want Your Money’ is a track with a soft soulful vibe that alludes to a ‘delicate love song’ but is sharply juxtaposed with her fierce lyrics, a distinct reminder of Mae’s status as a self-assured young woman. Speaking on the inspiration behind the track Mae explains,

“I wrote I Don’t Want Your Money just under 2 years ago now, and I’m so happy it’s finally out! I just wanted to show that there are other ways to be treated, rather than just materialistically, especially if you have your own money! I’m financially independent so you have to find other ways to impress me, I don’t need anything else apart from love and affection. Treat me with respect and we’re GOOD.”

Mae’s music is consistently filled with self-assured lyrics accompanied with strong narratives and entwined soulful pop melodies, a style that is steadily cementing her as a spokeswoman of her generation.

With fan favourites like ‘Anticlimax’ and Therapist’, a sold-out headline show at London’s Heaven and a support tour with Little Mix under her belt, Mae Muller has come along in leaps and bounds over the last 12 months, carving out her own genre with her distinct London sound. Allowing herself to be expressive and communicate via the music that fuels her Mae explains,
 “… I know what I want to say, and I know what the message is that I want to get across… If people ask me what my sound is or what my genre is, I still don’t really have an answer
“I want women and young girls going through hard shit to put on my songs and feel better We’re going through this together…