“Now you’re gone I’m colorblind”
Back with a bang last year after a two year long hiatus, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Mae Krell shows no signs of slowing down, delivering a series of incredible folk-pop and indie-led releases. And today, Mae is delivering their latest offering, and third release of the year, with their brand new single colorblind. A vibrant new taste of their sound, style and ever developing artistry; colorblind is another intimate track that delves into the themes we can expect from Mae, as they deliver a reflection and confrontation of trauma, self-love, and personal truths through their music.
Written and recorded in quarantine, colorblind presents a universal and relatable narrative that explores the experience of heartbreak and heartache as we see Mae grieve the end of a relationship. With a delicate and emotive instrumental, the track immerses us in an intimate and enchanting sonic world that is filled with gentle guitar melodies and soft, ambient notes. Above the atmospheric melody are Mae’s vocals, that emit a poignant and heart-felt energy, and highlight their artistic talent and skill.
“I wrote “colorblind” in the midst of what I thought was going to be the end of a relationship with the first girl I ever truly fell in love with. I’ll be the first to admit that I feel everything too much, but during the couple of days that this was going on, I really felt like the world was ending. I was wildly sad while also being very restless in a way that I had never experienced before.”
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