OUT FEBRUARY 26th
"The Least You Could Do", Stewart's first release of 2022, is a sassy, playful country "diss track" to all the boys who put in the bare minimum while dating. The song debuts with a show at Springwater Club, Nashville's oldest dive bar, with upcoming artist Dylan Wolfe as the opener.
"Unsay It" released on September 17th 2021.
The dark and sultry country-pop song debuted with a unique release show -- a musical comedy show featuring Stewart and improv group Worst Case Scenario on September 16th at Third Coast Comedy Club.
Taste of My Heartbreak EP
Stewart's first EP, the Taste of My Heartbreak, is a blues/country album with elements of rock and folk. It recounts the emotional arc of her breakup, beginning with the playful title track "Taste of My Heartbreak", moving through abject melancholy, to the freedom of being single again, to the final closure of deciding not to get back together in "Good Intentions".
4 of the 6 tracks were written by Stewart alone. "Date a Musician" was written with Autumn Marie and "Homebody" was written with Dallas Jack, Eric Vattima, and Ryan Boey.
The ToMH EP was recorded with Sean Rogers at Hey World Studios in Nashville, TN and released to acclaim on October 23rd 2020.
"Taste of My Heartbreak", an upbeat country single, and the titular track off the debut EP was released on August 21st 2020.
"Sad Songs", the next single off the forthcoming EP, is a folk-country ballad with steel guitar and banjo -- a confession that you're not over them.
This song is all about closing your bedroom door and allowing yourself to weep over your ex. Not having to be the "strong, independent girl" for just a few hours in secret. It's mourning. It's lonesome. It's wallowing.
"Homebody" is a country-rock, proud-to-be-single anthem and the last single before the full EP. It released on October 9th, 2020 with an exclusive debut on CountryRadio.UK. It quickly garnered over 47,000 streams on Spotify and over 50K across all listening platforms.