Already Registered? Sign In

Access your personal details, check your artist alerts and more.

Gigs in Scotland at home

At a time when we are social distancing, discover what's happening in music from across the world as we keep you connected with our artists.

Muller is still only 21, but she describes herself as a “late bloomer,” having only penned her first song two years ago. That track, “Close,” remains on her SoundCloud to this day, a symbol of where she has come from and a reminder of the raw emotion she puts into each of her relatable pop bangers. Putting that song online, alongside short Rihanna & Frank Ocean covers on Instagram, helped Mae get her first music industry attention. Fast forward through a whirlwind 18 month period and she’s released two EPs and has formed the sound of a versatile young artist who speaks directly to and for her generation.

Mae Muller

Muller is still only 21, but she describes herself as a “late bloomer,” having only penned her first song two years ago. That track, “Close,” remains on her SoundCloud to this day, a symbol of where she has come from and a reminder of the raw emotion she puts into each of her relatable pop bangers. Putting that song online, alongside short Rihanna & Frank Ocean covers on Instagram, helped Mae get her first music industry attention. Fast forward through a whirlwind 18 month period and she’s released two EPs and has formed the sound of a versatile young artist who speaks directly to and for her generation.

Music for Mae begun when growing up in Kentish Town, North London, where it was always a part of her life but not necessarily as a career path. “The music was something I was always interested in and loved, but I didn't go to music school or anything. I did it for fun. I've always enjoyed creative writing, but I only started writing song 18 months ago.” she recalls of her younger days. In fact, working behind her local bar convinced her to pursue music further. “I had a few jobs and worked in a pub. When I was at the pub I kept thinking, 'I don't know what I'm doing.' I uploaded a song that I'd written to Soundcloud and that is when it all started. It was very quick.” Those early days remain a constant influence though: “North London shaped me as a person and as an artist. Every time I feel my accent slipping I have to cut it out immediately.”

Genres

Indie Pop Pop Soul