Mali Koa travelled the world in pursuit of her dreams.

Born in Sydney but now based in London, her scorching debut single 'Honest' made an immediate impression.

Invited to record with powerhouse talent in Los Angeles, New York, and the pop factories of Stockholm, she has doggedly pursued her ambitions.

Recently working with JP Cooper, Mali is ready to step out on her own once more, and her new single could be a smash.

'Sorry' is an alt-pop burner, the tale of moving on after mutual hurts drive a relationship to its own.

Playing on themes of nostalgia, it urges us to be honest with ourselves, and it's driven by a searing, deeply personal vocal.

She explains: "'Sorry' is the story of when you’ve loved someone and hurt them, a romantic play of conscience and nostalgia. I also think the deeper truth of this song lies in its honesty and humility. Mistakes and apologies make us human, help us grow. It’s taken me 27 years to recognise the power and vulnerability in being and saying ‘Sorry’.”

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