Lillie Mae Returns with Smooth Cover of Neil Young’s “Razor Love”

After a long four-year hiatus, singer-songwriter Lillie Mae is back and better than ever. Covering Neil Young’s “Razor Love,” Mae brings her signature twangy vocals and clear, bright instrumentals to the classic song, which can be listened to below.

Mae is not afraid to play with her voice, bringing a unique and fun spirit to the song. 

A multifaceted artist with the ability to perform country, bluegrass and rock with ease, Mae brings a fresh spring energy to the track. 

Mae released her sophomore album, Other Girls, in 2019. The album shows the multi-instrumentalist’s versatility and sharp songwriting skills, with the 11-track LP being entirely self-written. Listen to the genre-defying body of work here: 

An Americana artist through and through, Mae got her start in a family band, playing fairs, festivals and churches. With her expertise in numerous instruments, Mae began to tour as a part of The Peacocks with rock icon Jack White

White, most known for being the lead vocalist and guitarist of The White Stripes, produced the Nashville artist’s debut album, Forever and Then Some. Listen to the mostly self-written LP below:

With the release of “Razor Love,” Mae is promising a new era and a new album. Details on the LP and its release date are so far unknown. For updates, follow Mae on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

Mae will be joining the lineup for the annual Musician’s Corner in Nashville on May 26. To see more of the superstar lineup, take a look at the Centennial Park series’ Instagram:

If “Razor Love” shows anything, it is that Mae’s new era promises some fantastic bluegrass-Americana energy. 

Listen to Mae’s triumphant return here:

I’m a journalist based in the Bay Area with a passion for writing about art, comedy and music.
I’m a journalist based in the Bay Area with a passion for writing about art, comedy and music.

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