You may remember STEPHANIE SOUNDS‘ calm-after-the-storm offering, ‘Hiding Away’, featured on NEW LEASE MUSIC last month. Today the alternative songbird unveils the single with two earthy, Reggaeton/Afrobeats – fused remixes from producer Victizzle and DJ Uwney.
The original version of ‘Hiding Away’ showcases guitar riffs, giving off a smooth and rich folklore sensation with soulful vocals, reflecting the aftermath of being betrayed by close friends.
Taken from her 12-track EP, ‘Much better’, ‘Hiding Away’ is from today available on all major download/streaming sites.
East London songbird STEPHANIE SOUNDS gets geared up for the release of her forthcoming single, ‘Hiding Away’, the second offering from her well-received debut album, ‘Much Better’, released last October.
Showcasing on-point harmonies, blissfully backed by delicate guitar plucks, which gives off a rich folklore/worldly affair, ‘Hiding Away’ is definitely an anthem for anyone who’s been hurt and betrayed by close friends – but through the journey of self-healing – the experience will make you a stronger person. Bass player Rick Leon James – who has worked with musical heavyweights such as Tinie Tempah and Wretch 32 – injects a real gutsy funk to the bass line.
As well as providing backing vocals for some of the world’s leading artists, including Celine Dion, Will Young, Jessie J, Blur, Florence and The Machine, Kasabian, Daniel Bedingfield, Natasha Bedingfield, Lemar, Jamelia, Westlife and McFly, STEPHANIE SOUNDS is also a promising designer who has launched her label, So London Boutique
The clothing line is gaining attention from people across the globe through blogs, social media and big stages at festivals. Her edgy and trendy designs, brought to life by African prints, are frequently requested by other artists and creatives for their events and performances.
‘Hiding Away’ will be available on all major digital/download sites from 17th August. Check it out below: