Following on from an unbelievable six months since her breakout single Chasing Butterflies took over the airwaves, Adelaide's MANE has unleashed her new single 'Save Yourself' alongside the announcement that she’ll tour New Zealand this month with Matt Corby.
Watch the video for 'Save Yourself' HERE
Premiered on triple j’s goodnights, the track has gone straight onto full rotation, alongside featuring on Spotify’s New Music Friday and a host of other playlists across Spotify and Apple. Reviews of the track have called her ‘the new pop force’ and ‘she’s an unparalleled force to be reckoned with”.
"There's so much strength in your work.
Big song, big moments, huge, deep and silky vocals too.
It lands beautifully.."
- Claire Mooney, triple j unearthed
Paige Court, the powerhouse behind the MANE moniker said that ‘Save Yourself’ was written to channel the difficulty of watching someone make the same mistakes over and over again while becoming really expectant of the people around them to pick up the mess.
“As someone who deeply cares about that person, it's hard to walk away from that,” she goes on to explain.
“You don't want to enable them but you also don't want them to feel abandoned. When it becomes detrimental to your wellbeing the solution becomes pretty obvious, though. Having gone through a self-destructive cycle myself, the song really resonates with me on both sides of the story now.”
With a haunting and high energy live set, MANE’s explosive indie pop is something that has to be seen to be fully believed. Comparison to Florence and the Machine and Lorde have been made, with the bold vocals and catchy pop that you can sing and dance along to. Having toured Australia with KINGSWOOD, played Groovin the Moo, Spin Off, Bigsound and Brisbane Festival, MANE’s live show has gone from strength to strength, and you can't help but have a great time when she is performing.
Catch MANE for the first time in New Zealand, this month, opening for Matt Corby in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington.
New single, ‘Save Yourself’, is at radio now.