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Mabes – Little Love | New Music

Conversations About Her

Mabes – Little Love | New Music

 

Emerging English singer-songwriter Mabes has unveiled her new single “Little Love”, one of the first songs the young artist ever wrote.

 

Rising songstress from Essex, Mabes started playing music at the age of 15. Fascinated by the idea of performing on stage, she went on to study at Sylvia Young’s Theatre School, but quickly discovered the world of sounds attracted her more than that of acting.

 

Inspired by the likes of Laura Marling, John Mayer, Kacey Musgraves, Billy Joel, and Bon Iver, Mabes combines folk-country instrumentation with heartfelt lyrics. She dropped her debut single in April this year quickly gained backing from BBC Radio 1.

 

With performances alongside Lissie, James Smith and Ingrid Andress under her belt, Mabes recently played her first headline show in her hometown, Billericay. Following her acclaimed singles “America” and “Free”, the young singer is back with “Little Love” taken from her upcoming mini album.

 

Mabes penned her latest offering when she was just 16, which makes it one of her earliest works. The lyrics were inspired by the feeling of not belonging anywhere and the desire to see more kindness in our everyday lives. “The world is lacking in love, in every sense, and it would only take a “little” to change it”, the artist says.

 

Listen to “Little Love” here:

 

 

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