With just a few days to go until the release of her debut album “Sorry I’m Late”, UK’s Eurovision 2023 representative Mae Muller has released her new single “Written By A Woman” her third release since her participation in the contest earlier this year.
About “Written By A Woman”
Mae co-wrote her latest release alongside Benjamin Kohn, Peter Kelleher, Sophia Brenan and Thomas Barnes, with the song produced by TMS & Chris Bishop. Speaking about it on a press release, Mae talked about more on what the track is about:
Written By A Woman, is one of my favorite tracks on the album, it’s all about the female gaze and speaking about things from a woman’s perspective, which feels right to have it as the final track. I just think that a lot of the time, what men think women find attractive is not true at all – we don’t necessarily want an alpha male, we want someone who’s in touch with their feminine side and who isn’t afraid to show emotion. Being gentle is sexy as hell! There’s enough music out there that caters for the male gaze, so I wanted to write about what I find attractive.
To coincide with the release of “Written By A Woman”, the official lyric video of the song was released on Youtube:
Listen to “Written By A Woman” on Streaming Platforms
You are able to listen to Mae Muller’s latest single on the following streaming platforms.
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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