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‘no one else, not even you’ new EP from Mae Muller

“Unapologetic, self-assured and fiercely independent, Mae Muller is the next big British sensation.” – PAPER

Today sees emerging North London popstar Mae Muller release her new EP ‘no one else, not even you’ via Capitol Records.

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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. Featuring previously released singles ‘so annoying’ that saw Mae work with Rick Nowels [Madonna, Lana Del Rey] and Skyler Stonestreet [Ariana Grande, Chainsmokers] and the tongue-in-cheek ‘HFBD’, new additions like the melodic opening track ‘dependent’ sees Mae open up about her personal reservations when it comes to falling in love. Listen here:

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.”

To celebrate the release of ‘no one else, not even you’, Mae Muller will also premiere a full concert filmed at the O2 Forum Kentish Town on her official YouTube channel at 6PM GMT on FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER. Mae was scheduled to be headlining O2 Forum Kentish Town this year, however due to the COVID-19 pandemic the show has postponed (full rescheduled tour dates below), so she is delighted to be able to share this performance with her fans. Mae’s fun and eclectic set will include performances of several EP tracks like ‘So Annoying’ and ‘HFBD’, alongside a few fan favourites. View Mae’s performance here:
2021 tour dates
Apr 08th            King Tuts Wah Wah Hut                         Glasgow, United Kingdom
Apr 09th            The Academy, Middle Abbey Street       Dublin, Ireland
Apr 10th            O2 Academy Newcastle                         Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Apr 12th            Manchester Academy                           Manchester, United Kingdom
Apr 13th            The Wardrobe                                      Leeds, United Kingdom
Apr 15th             O2 Academy Birmingham                   Birmingham, United Kingdom
Apr 16th             O2 Forum Kentish Town                      London, United Kingdom
Apr 18th             Les Étoiles                                           Paris, France
Apr 19th             Paradiso                                               Amsterdam, Netherlands
Apr 21st             Kavka                                                   Antwerp, Belgium
Apr 22nd            Jaki                                                       Köln, Germany
Apr 23rd             Exil                                                       Zurich, Switzerland
Apr 25th             Kantine Am Berghain                             Berlin, Germany
Apr 26th             Nochtwache                                         Hamburg, Germany

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