Danish-Corsican singer MALU heas released ‘Comfort Zone’, a soulful ballad that feels light and open and very groovy. It sounds modern and retro at the same time. On top sits the vocal power of Marie-Louise Pierini Lüders, who is behind MALU. She already is an institution in Copenhagen, selling out every show she plays and will later this year play in the famous and great VEGA venue.
”Life is unpredictable. It’s full of surprises, people, experiences and moments that you never saw coming. The uncertainty about what’s to come can be frightening or even make you anxious and to some it helps to know what tomorrow or next week brings or even just what is going to happen in the movie you’re watching on Netflix. I’ve lived like that for years – safe and in control – but looking back, I never gave myself a chance to grow or develop, always living in my comfort zone.” MALU tells.
And goes on – ”Since I was a little girl, even the most insignificant bumps on the road have felt like standing at a crossroads. I’ve always wanted life to follow this straight path, when actually it’s all the detours, twists and turns that make it fun and spontaneous. I bloom through music; it gives me the strength to sing my way out of my identity crisis and develop as a singer but also as a human being. ‘Comfort Zone’ tells my story – but I know it reflects a story of many.”