Mae Muller Premieres New Song “I Just Came To Dance” on BBC Radio 1
London-based singer-songwriter Mae Muller premiered a new song “I Just Came To Dance” along with a music video on BBC Radio 1's Future Pop with Mollie King.
The song is the follow-up to the collaborative song “American Psycho” with American DJ Marshmello.
It was written by Mae Muller, Joel Castillo, Jason Evigan, Lionel Crasta, and Noah Gould.
Produced by Jason Evigan, Lionel Crasta, and Bluf.
Mae Muller told Mollie King about the song, “So I was sort of back and forth between LA this year but I'm actually going next month again to do some more writing, because my single which is out tonight, which is really weird. I just came to that. I did that in LA and castles and it was just like, such a fun day and I feel like LA just really sometimes brings that out of you. Sometimes I'm like, everyone hears the talk. I'm like the sun is out like I'm feeling good. That's my little pop up.”
She continued, “Honestly, I unlike a whole new or when I'm in LA like I don't know who I think I am. But yeah, something a switch going off in my brain when I'm there. But yeah, I said before this song, like I'm like a self confessed flirt. I love a good flirt. And that's what I wanted this song to feel like I just wanted it to feel like a massive flat. And I think when I listened to that, I'm just like, it just makes you want to go out and do naughty things.”
- source : BBC Radio 1