Alice Merton announces deluxe version of 'MINT'

The expanded version includes four new songs, out on October 18th

Alice Merton releases a deluxe version of her first album entitled 'MINT +4' including four new songs 'PCH', 'Back to Berlin', 'Keeps Me Awake' and, of course 'Easy' via Paper Plane Records International on October 18th. This adds further facets and nuances of her artistic personality to the already highly acclaimed debut album. You can only be amazed and look forward to the next highlights and great songs. As you can be sure of it there will be more to come – just as 'Easy'!

On her new single 'Easy' Alice sings about the struggle to combine the fuss that is made about her person on one hand and the normal life on the other hand - an balance act between masterpiece and catastrophe. But the 26-year-old does not need the help of either kitsch or epic to do so, nor a self-pitying ballad, but performs on a beautiful and contemporary indie pop production. She sings about time spent together, mixtapes and memories, but also alienation, distance, division. All the pains that life brings. And says 'Sorry', because it's not always easy to be loved and give back to the same extent.

And who would blame the Frankfurt-born - who spent her childhood in the US, Canada and England – for feeling torn. The past three years after the release of her first single, 'No Roots', could fill an entire career: The show at Coachella, the US talkshow appearances, being a judge at The Voice of Germany, 7x Platinum, US-Gold, 430 million streams, and the release of their album 'MINT' in January 2019. All done independent, everything homemade!

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