Brooklyn-based artist Mae Krell has released their new single, “colorblind.” In addition to the single, Mae has also revealed a sweet, purple-hued lyric video. You can listen to the single on your preferred streaming platform here.
Created by Mae Krell and producer/multi-instrumentalist Jakob Leventhal, “colorblind” is a poignant journey through the pains of heartbreak. Over swirling, sliding guitars and sparse drums, Mae grieves the end of a relationship in painful and relatable detail.
Following a two-year hiatus, Mae Krell returned in early 2020 ready to embark on a new musical era. With a newfound maturity and understanding, they have perfected their folk-pop sound and introspective lyrical chops. At just 22 years old, Mae exudes a musicality wise beyond their years. Influenced by revered singer-songwriters like Bob Dylan, Phoebe Bridgers and Gregory Alan Isakov, their songs are intimate reflections that confront trauma, self-love, and personal truths. Their singles have amassed millions of streams to date, with last year’s singles “wash,” “home,” and “garden,” all individually breaking over 500K streams.
Keep up with Mae Krell on Instagram @maekrell.