After achieveing her first UK Top Ten placing in the charts last week, UK’s Eurovision 2023 representative Mae Muller has announced her debut album “Sorry I’m Late”, which will be released in a few months time.
“Sorry I’m Late” to be released on September 15
Mae announced the release of her debut album via social media, with a little clip of Mae, walking into the room full of Mae’s in different outfits and uttering the words “Sorry I’m Late”
When the release of her debut album was confirmed, Mae has the following to say on the release of her debut album to the fans that are on her mailing list:
i cannot believe i’m saying these words… I’m releasing my debut album!!!! ‘Sorry I’m Late’ is out September 15th and you can pre-order now ❤️
i am so proud of this record and i can’t wait for you to sing, dance, cry, allll the emotions when you listen to it!!
The tracklist for the debut album has also been confirmed, which includes her Eurovision 2023 entry “I Wrote A Song”, her viral hit single “Better Days”, as well as a collaboration with Dylan.
- I Just Came To Dance
- Sorry Daniel
- Bitch With A Broken Heart
- I Wrote A Song
- Me, Myself & I
- Tatiana (feat. Dylan)
- Somebody New
- I Wish I Could Hate You
- Little Bit Sad
- Something Real
- Nervous (In A Good Way)
- Better Days (NEIKED x Mae Muller x Polo G)
- Porn Lied To Us
- Miss America
- Written By A Woman
Mae also touring later in the year
In addition to the release of her debut album, Mae will also be going on a UK Tour in November and will be visiting numerous cities in the UK, as well as doing a show in Ireland.
You can find out more about Mae’s upcoming shows right here
Mae Muller’s Eurovision Journey
In 2023, Mae Muller represented the UK on home soil in Liverpool with her song “I Wrote A Song”. At the close of voting, the UK finished 25th in a field of 26, earning a total of 24 points. Of these, 15 points came from the jury, whilst the remaining 9 came from the televote.
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