Maisie Peters has confirmed that she will release her new album The Good Witch in June.

The Good Witch will feature the lead single Body Better which is out now.

New of Maisie Peters’ new 15-track album follows her number 2 BRIT Breakthrough certified debut album You Signed Up For This.  Maisie Peters wrote The Good Witch during her whirlwind 2022 touring schedule.  The album has found her chronicling time when she was searching for balance between career highs and personal lows.  The album promises an introspective and self-reflective approach with inspirations pulled from the works of Joan Didion, J. M. Barrie, Greek mythology and Western movies; the record explores the complexities of romantic breakups, the preciousness of friendship and true value of self-worth.

Speaking about The Good Witch, Maisie Peters said, “This is my heart and soul, my blood on the page, the collection of stories that I’ve managed to capture in the past year. A true chronicle of my life in recent history, it is my own twisted version of a breakup album and it all draws upon the same couple of months’ worth of experiences and inspirations. It ducks and weaves between the real and surreal, and centres my own universe, of which I am of course the keeper of the keys and the holder of the cards – the good witch, if you will. It goes from light to dark in the flip of a switch and I hope takes you on a journey whereby the end you feel like you’ve gotten lost in someone else’s planet for a bit.”

Maisie Peters will release her new album The Good Witch on 16 June 2023.  The album is released via Gingerbread Man Records/Asylum.

Maisie Peters will perform a string of dates across April and summer 2023 including a set at Liverpool’s Sound City.


Maisie Peters performs at Liverpool Sound City on 30 April 2023.  The Liverpool gig is one of 11 UK dates so far confirmed:
14 April   –   Newcastle, Newcastle university
15 April   –   Edinburgh, Assembly Rooms
18 April   –   Sheffield, Leadmill
19 April   –   Leicester, O2 Academy
21 April   –   Norwich, UEA
22 April   –   Oxford, O2 Academy
23 April   –   Cardiff, Tramshed
27 April   –   London, Eventim Apollo
30 April   –   Liverpool, Sound City
12 May   –   Brighton, Great Escape
8 July   –   Glasgow, TRNSMT Festival

image of Maisie Peters courtesy Alice Moitie