An effortless storyteller with a pure and unfiltered singing talent and songwriting ability, Mabel McVey has an instinctive gift of melody far beyond her twenty two years. Over two million single sales in the UK and over half a billion streams followed. Born into a musical dynasty, it is safe to say that music quite literally runs in the blood of Mabel. It is this seamless ability to converge musical cultures that been passed down to Mabel, and she now takes in her own dazzling direction. A self-confessed loner, Mabel found solace in her music. I used to hate when adults would leave me alone. It is there Mabel found the confidence to indulge and explore her songwriting abilities, drawing on these unique life experiences to create tracks which lay bare the woman behind the music. Mabel has since added to this body of work with a series of hit singles which show a stark increase in confidence.
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In , she had her mainstream breakthrough with " Finders Keepers ", peaking at number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Her step-grandfather is American jazz trumpeter Don Cherry. Mabel's career began in with her debut single, "Know Me Better". Mabel then opened for English singer Harry Styles during the European part of the second leg of a tour in the support of his debut studio album. Mabel then re-released her mixtape Ivy to Roses with a new cover art, and included songs that had been released since the initial release. Later that year, she co-wrote "Blind", a song for British girl group Four of Diamonds. The song peaked at number three, becoming her highest-charting single to date.
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