Move over Banks. We have a new R&B kid on the block.
Going by the name Mulay, her first solo endeavour called ‘SHAME’ instantly thrills and connects, harmonising within the space between soulful R&B, Trip-Hop, emphatic pop and electronica.
Representing the shame women go through in the raw all-female visuals for the track, there’s no doubting how strong Mulay is, as she explains,
“The track “SHAME” captures a conversation with myself, facing my own reflection, that leads to a moment of realization that beating myself down doesn’t help anyone and that there is no gain in self-hate and self-destruction. It’s a reminder to not judge myself too harshly and to be myself a better friend, which I’m still in the process of learning.
“It’s a self-confrontation striving for self-acceptance. An inner voice that encourages you to embrace who you are, to walk your own path with pride instead of constantly trying to meet other people’s expectations or hiding parts of you away in order to receive their confirmation. A dare to love yourself in all your dimensions.”
Expect her ‘ANTRACYTE’ in January 2021, also out on Groenland Records.
Sounds like: Banks, Sølv, Kllo