Muir’s fine-tuned skills as a songwriter and a photographer as well as her willingness to share personal perspectives and bold emotions enrich her intimate, multidisciplinary approach to her art.
Scottish-born Muir has released three albums. In 2017 she released the lo-fi EP “2+2=4”, slightly more indie-led than her previous, acoustic-folk offerings.
After six years living in the States, Muir returned to her Scottish roots mid-2018. Over the last two years, she has completed five projects for release. The largest is called ‘Double Take’: seven songs to each release as double A-side singles comprising a hi-energy pop version and an acoustic/ambient version. Muir returns to the States in October and November to finish production on ‘Playing Fields’ and ‘Stop Walk Talk’ while bringing into the studio two new songs ‘Found Me a Canyon’ and ‘Need a Little Time’. It’s clear Muir’s songwriting exploration and reinvention is not stopping anytime soon.<br>