Mabel is back with brand-new track ‘Vitamins’, out now via Polydor Records.

The sultry single was produced by Tommy Brown (Ariana Grande, Victoria Monet) and marks the singer-songwriter’s return to her earlier R&B sound.

Discussing the track Mabel commented, “This song is my family and friends’ favourite song out of all the music I’ve made over the past couple years. It’s a reminder to the man I love to take care of himself but also that in difficult times I’ll always be there in his corner. I also dedicate the record to my uncle David Cherry that passed during the making of this song. He was a musician and I felt him guiding me musically during the session to be braver and bolder with my songwriting.”


‘Vitamins’ is Mabel’s first new solo music since 2022’s ‘About Last Night…’ and follows on from her recent Black Sherif collab ‘Zero’, which dropped earlier this year.

Last month the BRIT Award winner shared a heartfelt statement on social media announcing that she was back as well as launched the fan platform ‘This One’s For You’.

Born Mabel Alabama-Pearl McVey, she has amassed 12 Top 20 singles to date, including hits like ‘Don’t Call Me Up’, ‘My Lover’ and ‘Fine Line’. She has also achieved two UK Top 3 albums and won Best Female Solo at the BRITs.

Mabel released her platinum-selling debut album ‘High Expectations’ in 2019 – the biggest-selling debut by a British woman that year. Her sophomore album ‘About Last Night’ followed in 2022 and became her highest charting release to date, debuting at No.2 on the Official Charts. Her music has now surpassed over 4.5 billion streams, with eight million singles sold worldwide.

Stay tuned for more from Mabel.

Image Credit: PRESS / ‘Vitamins’ Artwork