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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our interview with Maisie Peters!

British artist Maisie Peters has today announced the release of her hotly-anticipated sophomore album, The Good Witch. The news arrives just as the singer kicks off her debut Australian tour.

Written over the past year whilst touring the world, the body of work is set to document the complexity of heartbreak, balancing your personal life and your career, and the value of self-worth. Peters unveiled the first taste of the album with Body Better, which brings the singers signature conversational lyricism. The track explores the feelings of insecurity that linger post-break up and comparing yourself to your former flames new partner.

“This is my heart and soul, my blood on the page, the collection of stories that I’ve managed to capture in the past year. A true chronicle of my life in recent history, it is my own twisted version of a breakup album and it all draws upon the same couple of months’ worth of experiences and inspirations. It ducks and weaves between the real and surreal, and centres my own universe, of which I am of course the keeper of the keys and the holder of the cards - the good witch, if you will. It goes from light to dark in the flip of a switch and I hope takes you on a journey whereby the end you feel like you’ve gotten lost in someone else’s planet for a bit.” the singer shares.

Kicking off at Byron Bay's The Northern Hotel on tonight, Peters' headline tour will continue on to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. The singer is also set to support Ed Sheeran on his national + - = ÷ x Tour, playing stadiums in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Peters will also perform across New Zealand before heading down under.

In 2021, the singer unveiled her debut album, You Signed Up For This. Having signed to Ed Sheeran's Gingerbread Man Records, Peters teamed up with Sheeran and Steve Mac on the albums single, Psycho. You Signed Up For This further cemented Peters' skills as a songwriter first and foremost, as she navigates the transitional period from adolescence to adulthood.

Watch our interview with Maisie Peters above! Body Better is out now.


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