Mae Muller is on the rise. A vocalist and songwriter with exceptional talent, she twists R&B tropes and left field pop tones in a fresh direction.
New single ‘Therapist’ is out now, with Mae also sharing a full performance clip for fans.
Twisting the track in a fresh direction, the stripped down acoustic arrangement shows off her vocal chops and that subtle jazz influence.
Shot in what appears to be her local corner shop, ‘Therapist’ finds Mae musing on what it means to be a ‘good’ girlfriend.
“I feel like a lot of the time, a ‘good’ girlfriend is measured in how many chances they give, and how much they can endure mentally before their partner decides to treat them right. That is not it! We are not here to teach men how to behave, we are not their mothers, or their therapists, and we shouldn’t have to take on that pressure! Especially when we received nothing in return.”
“In this particular song, it was about a situation where I really wanted to make it work but realised that this person did not need a relationship, and that I couldn’t give him what he needed no matter how hard I tried.”
Tune in now.
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