‘Maloo’ is Maylee Todd’s album of “science fiction lullabies”, playing on themes of identity, personal growth, and mental health. The album is named after Maylee Todd’s digital avatar, MALOO. Throughout the pandemic, Maylee spent a lot of time in VR, and started thinking about the utopian possibilities of the technology. “Often we place too much emphasis on status, wealth, and clout on social media,” she says. “Instead, what if we find ways to share our dreams and goals for ourselves and society? Tapping into our creativity and imaginations rather than having to preserve status or identity for acceptance.”

“A sumptuous pop album…it’s the perfect collection of sci-fi lullabies” Louder Than War 

“Weaving vocal musings through dreamy soundscapes and glossy electronics” The Vinyl Factory

“An effortlessly enjoyable record” The Quietus

“Light but woozy, wonky mellow electropop that gloops and twinkles, with Todd’s vocals airily glazing the surface, spacey and stoned” The Arts Desk

“Explores identity, growth, and mental health themes, all with a satirical, playful tone” Twisted Soul

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