A multitalented singer-songwriter hailing from small-town Sweden, Clara Mae
made a name for herself early on by earning co-writes alongside some of the biggest and most dignified electronic artists in the game, including David Guetta and Tiesto. Lately though, she's pivoted her focus to her solo career and writing for herself, and the results have simply been astounding.
Coupling her signature seductive vocals with raw and relatable lyrics, Clara has quickly kick started her solo career by producing a distinctive blend of electronic and pop sounds that is uniquely her own. Her debut single, "I'm Not Her", is about embracing who you are, and is emotionally cathartic and freeing. And now today, we here at Baeble Music are proud to premiere an exclusive music video of Clara's acoustic performance of "I'm Not Her".
Set high above the streets of Clara's hometown of Stockholm, Sweden, the acoustic performance of "I'm Not Her" is a beautiful and stirring take on the original. In Clara's own words, it was important to have the track played acoustically, as she says,
"Making an acoustic version of this song was important to me. When you strip down the production you are able to focus on the lyrics and really hear the melody. The lyrics are personal to me, and I think this version will allow listeners to absorb the meaning in a stronger way. Incorporating the right instruments was also key, so I recorded this version with an amazing guitarist by the name of Darius Kaya and the talented cello player, Alexandra Markman. We shot the video in my hometown of Stockholm, overlooking rooftops in the city. I'm so happy with the result and hope my fans will like it too!"
And the results really do speak for themselves. Stripped down, we see and experience the track in a new and intimate way. Markman's cello work plays wonderfully against guitarist Darius Kaya's acoustic performance, and over it all Clara Mae's lyrics and verses come to life in a more powerful way.
All together, it's a visually and acoustically stunning experience that speaks volumes to Clara's diverse skill set, and promises a bright future for her as a solo artist.