September 2021 – Maria Rodhe is an artist who recently put out a new release into the world. The new project is titled Happy Ending, and it feels like a perfect blend of some of the artist’s main musical influences like mid tempo pop but with a depth. However, Maria managed to develop a distinctive, personal sound that’s hard to tie into specific categories. This is definitely a no-brainer for you if you are a fan of artists that make it difficult to put a finger on them. Originality is key to innovation, and with this EP, it’s impossible not to appreciate the original vision that drives Maria’s music. Each song brings something different to the table, and the EP offers so much throughout the span of four insightful studio tracks.
If you are a fan of artists like Zara Larsson, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd to name a few we would warmly recommend listening to this release. This release stands out as a great introduction to Maria’s music, and it is definitely a premonition of great things to come.
Find out more about Maria, and do not miss out on Happy Ending, which is currently available on the web.
About the Artist
Maria Rodhe is a living proof of how fear will not get you where you want!
When Maria had turned 40, she had a life crisis, a normal state for most people at some point in life. She realizes that even though she had cared for others all her life – she had never felt so alone.
Maria had a breakdown the day before Christmas 2016 and didn’t know whom to turn to.
She saw the ad in the local paper for the “Call the on-duty priest”- service from the Swedish church and so she did.
The priest got the shortest story ever of her life and simply asked her, “Did you ever consider participating in an al-anon program for co-addictive’s?” The answer was simple… “No, I have not, there’s nothing wrong with me.”
Slowly Maria started to work on her mental health and here she is today. Happier and braver than ever. She is ready to attack her childhood dreams and to inspire others to challenge their fears to get the result in life that they deserve.
Photo credit: Hanna Sörqvist