Maude Latour - “Clean” press photo
Photo by Dillon Matthew

Maude Latour releases a fascinating love-sick tune, entitled, “Clean”

Maude Latour is a rising singer-songwriter based in New York City. Not too long ago, she released a fascinating love-sick tune, entitled, “Clean,” via Warner Records.

Maude Latour – “Clean” single

“‘Clean’ is a fascinating project to me. I originally wrote this song two whole years ago. My fans have been begging for it to come out so I finally concluded it had to happen. I’ve made so many different versions of it, I can’t believe it’s going to be in the world. I first wrote it when I was 19, now I’m 21. The difference between those two ages feels paradigmatic. I have grown and changed and learned so much in these past two years—let alone an entire earth-bending pandemic. I decided if I was still going to put this song out and fulfill my fans’ desires, I would need to re-record it, re-make it, and re-explore the clean world.” – Maude Latour explained

‘Clean’ contains a post-breakup narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and emotionally-conscious lyrics that will resonate well with listeners who have experienced any degree of heartache. The love-sick tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with alternative, contemporary, and emo-pop elements. Furthermore, the danceable confessional is Maude Latour’s specialty—pouring out her heart for the world to hear.

“I see things clearly without you.”

Maude Latour - Clean press photo
Photo by Dillon Matthew

“I didn’t change the lyrics, but wow, remaking this song as a 21-year-old and pushing the arrangement and instrumentation and vocal performance to convey what this song is to me now was one of my most challenging and fulfilling experiences as an artist so far. When I was 19, this song was earnestly me working on myself, constantly promising to clean my room and temporarily taking good care of myself in spurts.

Truly, I am an extremely messy person who is constantly involved in introspection and self-improvement, epiphanies, and inner thoughts. This song has become an even truer testament to how growing is painful. Sometimes, you are trying your best, and it’s still messy, and it is still your best. Growth hurts. Growing pains. I’m learning so much every single day.” – Maude Latour explained

Maude Latour - “Clean” press photo
Photo by Dillon Matthew

Maude Latour has seen a steady rise over the past year— with millions of streams under her belt. She has doubled her social following in the last year, leading to her newest venture with Warner Records. So far, she has nearly 50K Instagram followers, 720K monthly listeners on Spotify, and an increasingly growing fanbase on TikTok–currently sitting at 83K followers. Maude’s vulnerability across social media sees intimate moments with fans where she opens up about her music, mental health, politics, and the environment.

“Clean” single

Maude Latour - “Clean” song cover art

We recommend adding Maude Latour’s “Clean” single to your favorite contemporary pop playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music and song reviews. Furthermore, always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).

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