Marshmello is back with another single, this time around collaborating with Mae Muller and Trippie Redd for the film directing “American Psycho.” The record plays on the topics of mindfulness and harmfulness from the perspective of common obliteration.
“I’m a train wreck, kinda jealous / Sometimes I get a little bit selfish / Pessimistic, a little twisted / But at least I’m not the one that can’t admit it,” Muller sings on the opening verse. “If I had to blame somebody / Then you would be that body / You put the T in toxic / Yeah, you do.”
“American Psycho” arrives alongside a cinematic music video directed by Raja Virdi. In the visual, Muller confronts warring sides of herself in a before and after that sees loving purity divulge into anger soaked in red hues.
The single follows Marshmello’s latest release “Numb” that finds the acclaimed musician teaming up with Grammy Award-nominated singer Khalid. While Trippie Redd continues his trek on the road alongside Machine Gun Kelly, “American Psycho” also arrives as a boost to Muller who is still riding the high of the smash single “Better Days.”
“That’s the great thing about songwriting, there’s no rules, you can do whatever you want,” Muller told Women in Pop earlier this year. “For example: now, my life is kind of perfect. There’s no boys making me upset, I’m not heartbroken, everything’s going well. And I could write about that, but I don’t think that’s very interesting. So then I can pull out stuff that’s happened years ago, or something that my friends are going through. You just got to find that inspiration where you can.”