The Brighton-based singer-songwriter has been added to the BBC Introducing playlist for the current week.
Maisie Peters‘ Place We Were Made has been added as the Track of the Week to the BBC Music Introducing playlist, it was revealed on 7 January.
Discover the music of @maisiehpeters 💛
— BBC Music Introducing (@bbcintroducing) January 7, 2018
Place We Were Made, which was released in August 2017, received its first play on Alice Levine’s afternoon radio show on 6 January, receiving comparisons to early an Taylor Swift, Ellie Goulding and Birdy, whilst a pre-recorded interview with Maisie cited Swift as “the reason she started writing”.
Maisie has met success amongst the YouTube community for her dreamy soft pop vocal style and acoustic storytelling, with BBC Introducing describing how her style comes from her “love of the literature of F. Scott Fitzgerald, as well as being influenced by artists such as Lorde and Taylor Swift”.
Maisie’s track will be played everyday on BBC Radio 1 for the next week, until 12 January. The full Introducing playlist can be found on the BBC Introducing website, whilst Maisie’s music can be purchased through iTunes or streamed via Spotify.