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|Birth name||Maisie Hannah Peters|
|Born||28 May 2000|
Steyning, West Sussex, England
Maisie Hannah Peters (born 28 May 2000) is an English musician from Brighton, England. She is a pop singer-songwriter who started her career by posting original songs on her YouTube account in August 2015. She self describes her musical genre as "emo girl pop".
In 2017, Peters released her debut singles "Place We Were Made" (August 2017) and "Birthday" (November 2017) respectively, but it wasn't until 2018 when the singer began to gain more notice. During this year she signed for Atlantic Records UK, a division of Warner Music UK Limited. It was under this label that she released her single "Worst of You", which is her most played song on her Spotify discography, amassing almost 82 million streams. A few months later she released another single titled "Best I'll Ever Sing".
In 2019, Peters released two more singles, "Stay Young" and "Favourite Ex", with the latter, along with "Feels Like This", appearing on ITV's Love Island during the summer. In October 2019, she released her second EP, It's Your Bed Babe, It's Your Funeral.
Her song "Smile" was on the soundtrack album Birds of Prey: The Album, for the film Birds of Prey, released by Atlantic Records on 7 February 2020. That same month, Peters was announced as the supporting act for a majority of the European leg of Niall Horan's Nice to Meet Ya Tour.
In May 2021, Peters was announced as writing the new soundtrack album for the Apple TV+ original series Trying. The album features the original songs from the show’s second season written and performed by Peters. Subsequent to the announcement of the release of this album, "Funeral", the lead track for this album featuring fellow British recording artist James Bay was released on 4 May 2021. The first play of this song appeared on New Music Daily hosted by Zane Lowe on Apple's in house radio station Apple Music 1.
|You Signed Up for This|| |
|Dressed Too Nice for a Jacket|| |
|It's Your Bed Babe, It's Your Funeral|| |
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"Place We Were Made"||2017||—||—||non-album singles|
|"Worst of You"||2018||—||—|
|"Best I'll Ever Sing"||—||—|
|"In My Head"||—||—||Dressed Too Nice for a Jacket|
|"Stay Young"||2019||—||—||non-album single|
|"Favourite Ex"||—||—||Trying: Season 1 (Apple TV+ Original Series Soundtrack)|
|"This Is On You"||—||—||It's Your Bed Babe, It's Your Funeral|
|"Take Care of Yourself"||—||—|
|"Smile"||2020||—||—||Birds of Prey: The Album|
|"Sad Girl Summer"||—||—|
|"Maybe Don't" (featuring JP Saxe)||—||—|
|"John Hughes Movie"||2021||92||40||You Signed Up for This|
|"Funeral" (featuring James Bay)||—||—||Trying: Season 2 (Apple TV+ Original Series Soundtrack)|
|"Psycho"||—||—||You Signed Up for This|
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- "Maisie Peters on "Funeral" featuring James Bay on Apple Music". Apple Music. Retrieved 6 May 2021.
- "Maisie Peters signs to Ed Sheeran's Gingerbread Man Records". Music Week. Retrieved 15 June 2021.
- Moore, Sam. "Maisie Peters signs to Ed Sheeran's record label and announces debut album". NME. Retrieved 15 June 2021.
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