British pop sensation Mae Muller releases her new track “MTJL,” a raw ballad from her forthcoming album “Sorry I’m Late,” available for pre-order now via Capitol Records.
British pop artist Mae Muller introduces her latest track and accompanying video, “MTJL.” This reflective ballad is a part of her eagerly awaited debut album, “Sorry I’m Late,” set to release on September 15th through Capitol Records.
The song showcases Mae Muller’s emotional depth as she contemplates her vulnerabilities and insecurities, concluding with the realization, “Maybe that’s just life.” The track is a minimalist composition featuring only her voice and an acoustic guitar.
Regarding “MTJL,” Mae Muller states, “I think it was really important for me to have a moment where it was just going to be really stripped-back, just me and a guitar. I just wanted it to be a diary entry – I wasn’t worried about the usual verse, pre-chorus, chorus structure of the song as such, I just wanted to get it off my chest.
I feel like as humans we’re very good at being hard on ourselves and we all want what we can’t have, so this track was just a big outpouring of all my insecurities. I definitely have a lot but I’m learning to accept them, it’s what makes us human. I think this is probably the best song I’ve written lyrically, and I’m very proud of it.”
The album, “Sorry I’m Late,” also features Mae’s recent singles, “Me, Myself & I” and the platinum-certified hit “Better Days,” a collaboration with NEIKED and Polo G. The album serves as a heartfelt message to her fans, encapsulating her journey of growth and self-discovery. Mae Muller, a 25-year-old from North London, delves into her experiences of love and loss, offering a relatable narrative for her generation.
This new album follows Mae’s 2020 EP, “no one else, not even you,” which received critical acclaim and included standout tracks like “Dependent.” Mae Muller’s music has garnered over 2.7 billion streams worldwide.
The album “Sorry I’m Late” includes a diverse tracklist, featuring songs that range from emotional ballads to high-energy anthems.