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New EP from Mae Muller out November and tour

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

Emerging North London popstar Mae Muller has today announced her forthcoming new EP ‘no one else, not even you’, released via Capitol this November 6th.
Pre-save the EP here:

Mae has teamed up with a plethora of songwriters and producers to bring her ideas to life for this new collection of songs. The EP encapsulates Mae’s energetic and honest persona, something that has drawn her fans close to her over the past few years, with her frank and relatable lyrics that empower her fans intertwined with contagious pop melodies and production. Tracks like new single ‘so annoying’ see Mae work with Rick Nowels [Madonna, Lana Del Rey] and Skyler Stonestreet [Ariana Grande, Chainsmokers] alongside new additions such as the catchy ‘plot twist’, slow burning pop ballad ‘wish you well’ and tongue-in-cheek ‘HFBD’.

Speaking about the new EP, Mae Muller explains “I’ve been working on this EP over the past 2 years and these songs are some of my favourites I’ve ever written. This body of work is the most honest representation of who I am as a person and an artist. I allowed myself to explore different genres and the songs are so personal. I do find that a bit scary, but I can’t wait for people to hear them. I think they’ll be able to relate and that’s all I want when people listen to my music.”

Mae’s recognisable pop sound has garnered her support from musical peers such as Sam Smith, Mabel, Liam Payne and Little Mix through to Radio 1’s Scott Mills and Huw Stephens as well as receiving praise from the likes of Clash, Wonderland and GQ. With singles featuring on Spotify’s New Music Friday and becoming their RADAR: First Listen Artist, along with Apple Music’s A-List Pop, In My Room & Future Hits, her tracks have amassed 100 million streams globally. Mae spent much of 2019 touring the UK and Europe, seeing her sell out venues across the continent including a headline shows at London’s infamous Heaven, a venue she had been support act at just 11 months prior.

April 2021 Tour Dates
Thu 08, Glasgow, King Tuts
Fri 09, Ireland, Dublin, Academy Green Room
Sat 10, Newcastle, O2 Academy 2
Mon 12, Manchester, Club Academy
Tue 13, Leeds, The Wardrobe
Thu 15, Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
Fri 16, London, O2 Forum Kentish Town

Get early access to tickets by pre-ordering the EP here: