Is it spring yet? Even though winter is just beginning, we can all relate to having a special someone that makes it feel like spring all year long. In “like (spring)”, the latest single off of her EP “imposter syndrome (b sides)”, singer-songwriter Mae Krell delivers a heartfelt and warm indie-folk track where she dives into the complexities of love. Through her earnest lyricism and vocals tied with beautifully recorded organic instrumentation, Mae strikes an emotional spark:
This isn’t what I was looking for
It’s what I’ve only had in dreams
Laying in the grass
And your eyes
They shine like spring
The New-York based singer-songwriter started off as a photographer and at the age of seventeen decided to venture into music where she found her voice as a musician. Earlier this year, Mae was also a recipient of the LGBTQ+ Emerging Artist Award through the Music Forward Foundation in partnership with CitiBank and has recently started a nationwide tour with Sofar Sounds.