Anne-Marie releases new album "Therapy"

July 26, 2021

Anne-Marie releases her second full-length album, entitled "Therapy" and reminds us that music is the best psychoanalysis.

The album, released by Major Tom’s / Asylum Records / Warner Music, contains a total of 12 songs, including Anne-Marie's long-awaited collaboration with Little Mix on a new song titled "Kiss My (Uh-Oh)".

"Therapy" also includes Anne-Marie's collaborations with rapper KSI and producer Digital Farm Animals on "Don't Play" and with producer Nathan Dawe and rapper MoStac on "Way Too Long", but also the most her recent meeting with Niall Horan in the song "Our Song".

Anne-Marie's second full-length album also includes a collaboration with Rudimental on a song called "Unloveable", as well as "Beautiful", a song co-written by Ed Sheeran.

Anne-Marie commented on "Therapy": "Music is a source of healing for everyone and music is the cure itself, right? I did not realize it until we were hit by the pandemic how much I needed music. "

"I need to sing live. I need to write. My lyrics are an open diary to everyone and creating this album helped me focus and understand my feelings. "I needed this album," he said.

"Apart from seeking treatment in writing and music in general, I have been seeing a psychiatrist for the last year and it has changed my life. I always tried to be as open as I could with my fans about my journey and seeing a professional, I managed to start struggling and understand the worries my brain was facing all these years. I am learning and moving forward ", he continued.

"This album has helped me get to this point and it incorporates a lot of emotion, either into songs that focus on my own path or into songs that I just liked creating and I hope you get all your attention. "I made it for you and for me," he concluded.

Successful names such as Max Martin, Ed Sheeran, MNEK, Raye and Kamille have contributed to the creation of the songs on the album "Therapy", while Mojam (Aitch, Fredo), Fred Ball (Rihanna), TMS and Blake Slatkin have participated in the production. .