Innemuseum is the debut album by Danish composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist Cisser Mæhl.
This is undeniably a very personal record that sounds like the musical embodiment of Cisser herself. She sings in Danish in a close-miked way like she´s sitting right next to you, all while gentle rhythms and soft strings together create a sort of bright, minimal chamber music with hints of pop sensibility. It almost feels like a Scandinavian reflection of Colleen´s work in her more quiet, vocal periods. A music box of weightless compositions for the conscious mind.
“Cisser Mæhl’s debut solo album is a slow-motion set of hushed Danish lullabies that’s well worth filing alongside Björk’s “Vespertine” and Colleen’s “The Weighing of the Heart”. – BOOMKAT
“It’s music for quiet thinkers and daydreamers. For those inclined to explore their own consciousness via the star gate opened by hers”. – NORDIC MUSIC CENTRAL
“The structures and arrangements are similarly intuitive, as Mæhl’s songs feel far more like miniatures or poems than structured songs”. – BRAINWASHED
© Cisser Mæhl 2023