Billen Ted and Mae Muller unveiled the official video for their acclaimed collaborative single ‘When You’re Out’, released 9th July.
The captivating, all-action official video for ‘When You’re Out’ sees a fierce performance by Mae Muller as she delivers the message with her signature self assured attitude ‘When You’re Out in the club, don’t think I’m not’. Interspersed, Billen Ted are riding around town in a retro, Back to the Future-style car, picking up friends along the way to join a party they’re throwing with Mae Muller, coming together for one incredible night! The single has already racked up 2 million Spotify streams, as well as spending two full weeks in the Shazam ‘Top 15’.
In the midst of a career-defining year, Billen Ted recently topped the UK singles charts for two weeks with their iconic viral remix of global hit ‘Wellerman’ – scoring a Brit Award nomination for their efforts and racking up 10.8 million monthly Spotify listeners.
Operating out of the legendary Ealing Studios in West London, the production-writing duo have made the unlikely transition from death metal bands to the world of dance music, previously writing tracks for the likes of 220 Kid, Hugel, MNEK, Sleepwalkrs and remixes for Little Mix, Saweetie, Sam Fischer, Anne Marie and James Arthur before turning their attention to their own musical project.
Still just 23 years of age, Mae Muller has earned over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify and has gained support of Radio 1 tastemakers Scott Mills and Mollie King. In the short space of a few years, she has earned plaudits from British Vogue, GQ, The Guardian and Evening Standard as well as selling out headline shows across Europe and supporting the likes of Little Mix and Liam Payne on arena tours in the UK. Her recent EP ‘No One Else, Not Even You’ last year received much critical acclaim and put Mae on a fast uphill trajectory with no signs of slowing down. Mae’s rescheduled headline tour with a show at the O2 Forum Kentish Town is set for 28th April 2022 and tickets are on sale now here.
The engrossing video for ‘When You’re Out’ perfectly captures the infectious energy of the track itself.