Home Music Prepare to be blown away by the jaw-dropping debut album from Mister Mae, the hottest local artist in town – hitting shelves this Saturday! You won’t believe what’s in store!

Prepare to be blown away by the jaw-dropping debut album from Mister Mae, the hottest local artist in town – hitting shelves this Saturday! You won’t believe what’s in store!

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Prepare to be blown away by the jaw-dropping debut album from Mister Mae, the hottest local artist in town – hitting shelves this Saturday! You won’t believe what’s in store!

Mary Remsburg to Release Debut Album “Sounds Like Home” on Her 30th Birthday

Mary Remsburg is releasing her debut album, “Sounds Like Home” this Saturday, in conjunction with her birthday. Courtesy photo

A Passion Project Becomes Reality

Shepherdstown resident Mary Remsburg’s long-awaited debut album, “Sounds Like Home,” is set to be released on her 30th birthday this Saturday. Under the stage name Mister Mae, Remsburg will finally unveil her compilation of songs that she has been writing since the age of 15. The majority of these songs were influenced by her time spent in Pendleton County, West Virginia.

Album Highlights

Mister Mae has already released two tracks from the upcoming album in anticipation of its release. “Early in the Morning” serves as the album opener, while “Letter to Momma” concludes the collection. Both songs can currently be found on Spotify and the Mister Mae YouTube channel.

A Meaningful Music Video

Accompanying the album release, Mister Mae has also unveiled a music video for a cover of “Song of Exile” from the film “King Arthur.” The video, shot in Shepherdstown, showcases the connection with nature and the destruction it faces due to land exploitation. Inspired by the demolition of a field near her sister’s house, Remsburg explores the innocence of nature and the harsh realities of its deterioration.

Reflections on Home

Having moved to Shepherdstown in 2012 to pursue her music studies at Shepherd University, Remsburg initially experienced homesickness while leaving her hometown behind. However, the community she found during her time at the university helped her appreciate her new surroundings. The album, aptly titled “Sounds Like Home,” not only reflects her own experiences but also honors the people and influences of her upbringing in Pendleton County.

A Project Fueled by Relationships

Mister Mae’s first album was made possible by the relationships Remsburg formed during her college years. Classmate Will Lopez played a vital role as the mixer and producer, while her friend Sawyer Gaydon contributed on drums. The album was recorded at Lopez’s studio in Rockville, Md. Remsburg emphasized that this album is a passion project rather than a career pursuit, allowing her to explore a different type of art alongside her closest friends.

Looking Ahead for Mister Mae

For those interested in Mister Mae’s music, visit their official website at www.mistermaemusic.com.

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