WATCH “SORRY FOR WRITING ALL THE SONGS ABOUT YOU” VIDEO: https://youtu.be/NHWO-EUmKnI
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Swedish singer/songwriter Clara Mae has premiered an intimate new visual for the title track off her debut EP Sorry For Writing All The Songs About You (available now via Big Beat Records) which collectively boasts over 35 million worldwide streams to date.
The 6-track collection was heralded by the release of “Rooftop,” with a stunning Andreas Öhman & Dani Miltenberger-directed video companion. Sorry For Writing All The Songs About Youalso features Clara Mae’s collaborative single “Better Me Better You” with Jake Miller (which the duo performed on the Elvis Duran Show and MTV’s TRL), “I’m Not Her” (praised as “a pop anthem” by Culture Collide) and “I Forgot” (deemed “the perfect anthem” for running into an ex-flame by Refinery 29).
This week also brings a stunning acoustic repackage of the Sorry For Writing All The Songs About You EP arriving this Friday, October 19th – featuring unreleased stripped takes of “Us” and “Rooftop.” The reworked songs showcase Clara Mae’s captivating voice and musicianship, giving new dimension to her debut release.
After spending years studying jazz vocals and piano in her small town of Gävle, Sweden, Clara Mae garnered attention by co-writing with the likes of David Guetta, Tiesto and Martin Jensen. She soon after co-wrote and featured on KREAM’s “Taped Up Heart,” which boasts over 100 million streams and reached the top 25 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. Most recently, she lent her co-writing talents to Phantoms & Vanessa Hudgens for their newly released collaborative single “Lay With Me.”
"I had such a great time recording this video, it perfectly sums up the EP that I worked on for so long” said Clara Mae. “I wanted to make a video that highlighted the lyrics; we had the title displayed in different languages to show my appreciation of my fans around the world.”