Maisie Peters – Psycho

Maisie Peters’ career made a very promising start in 2017. Her debut single Place We Were Made clocked a staggering 41 million streams on Spotify alone. Single #3, Worst Of You, even stands at nearly 100 million streams. Long story short: all of her singles so far attracted a multi million audience. A few of her fans include Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers, Sam Smith and… Ed Sheeran. After a few mutually inspiring writing sessions he decided to sign her to his label Gingerbread Man Records. In that respect, her new album (out on 27 August) has a funny title: You Signed Up For This.

It won’t come as a surprise then, Peters’ new single Psycho is co-written by Ed. Multi-award-winning producer and songwriter Steve Mac is on board as well. He got his break in the music industry in the early 1990s when he wrote and produced the Nomad hit (I Wanna Give You) Devotion. In 1992, he became part of dance-pop act Undercover, who scored big with their Baker Street cover. You won’t believe the number of hits he wrote and produced since those days.

Here is the next one: Maisie Peters’ new single Psycho. Remember Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen? This is an equally clever pop song. It combines punchy production and an instantly memorable chorus, which sounds like a winning formula to me. Lyrically, it reflects on toxic relationships and gaslighting exes. She explains: “Psycho tells a dramatic story of someone whose lies catch up to them, and who seem to feel very little when they hurt other people. I think this is something near enough everyone in the world can relate to, myself included.”

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