Maisie Peters releases debut album ‘You Signed up for This’

Features ‘John Hughes Movie’ and ‘Psycho’

Maisie Peters has released her debut album ‘You Signed Up For This’ via Gingerbread Man Records/Asylum. Listen HERE.

With her knack for transforming everyday experiences in to vividly written diary-style songs, ‘You Signed Up For This’ is both Maisie’s coming of age story and a love letter to girlhood; penned with the wit, charm and quiet confidence that has seen her ascend from busking on the streets of Brighton, to recently being announced as an Apple Music Up Next Artist – an accolade previously bestowed upon the likes of Billie Eilish, Megan Thee Stallion and Orville Peck.

Revered for her songwriting, Maisie has spent the past three years honing her craft in sessions across London, LA and Nashville, creating songs for ‘You Signed Up For This’ alongside the likes of Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Fred again.., Johnny McDaid, Miranda Cooper, and producers Joe Rubel (Tom Grennan, Benjamin Francis Leftwich), Afterhrs (Niall Horan, GRACEY), Rob Milton (Easy Life, Holly Humberstone) and Brad Ellis (Jorja Smith, Little Mix).

Arriving on the heels of standout festival sets at Latitude, Standon Calling and Boardmasters, ‘You Signed Up For This’ includes the iTunes chart-topping ‘John Hughes Movie’, current single ‘Psycho’, and fan favourites ‘Brooklyn’ and ‘Volcano’.

Maisie is currently on the road for the ‘You Signed Up For These Record Store Shows’. She’ll be appearing at sold-out events throughout next week at Rough Trade East, London (Tuesday), Caves, Edinburgh (Wednesday), and Brudenell, Leeds (Thursday).


You Signed Up For This
I’m Trying (Not Friends)
John Hughes Movie
Outdoor Pool
Love Him I Don’t
Elvis Song
Talking To Strangers
Tough Act

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