Stealth releases new song
Stealth has today released his new single ‘Real Life’, the first taste of new music from the fast-rising star since the release of his acclaimed 2016 debut EP ‘Intro’.
The hard-hitting single is another infectious masterpiece from the Birmingham sensation. Fuelled by bluesy riffs, a pounding rhythm and Stealth’s gripping tones, ‘Real Life’ is an explosive stadium-sized anthem making a huge statement for the singer’s impressive follow up.
Stealth says about the song, “’Real Life’ in essence is about not wallowing in self pity. It’s almost me having a conversation with myself saying, pick yourself up, get out and get what you want in life. No one’s going to give you shit.” In the opening line I try to say this as candidly as possible “You can bathe in a sea of so close and failure, let the bitterness soak in, you can stand around and wait for your saviour, but your patience will wear thin.”
2016 and the Intro EP saw Stealth championed by Radio 1, Radio 2, BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing, while he gained a wealth of high profile press support including the likes of The Independent, Shortlist and Konbini to name but a few.
Stealth also firmly laid his mark Stateside, following the inclusion of his huge single ‘Judgement Day’ in the dramatic closing scenes of Suits. The song has now clocked up well over 4.5 MILLION plays across YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music. The release of the Intro EP also saw Stealth enter the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart at No.2 and No.3 in the US.
Stealth will be playing a headline show at The Waiting Room, Stoke Newington on November 22nd in support of ‘Real Life’. Tickets are available through See Tickets.
With more exciting announcements to follow shortly, he is set to continue his rise as one of the UK’s most impressive new voices.
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