After a two-year hiatus, acclaimed Dutch-English pop artist Stevie Bill makes a spectacular comeback through the release of her new single, ‘The Boy Who Cried Love’.
A shimmering masterclass in electro-pop, the song treats listeners to a sound that is melodically infectious and lyrically captivating.
“I grew up watching and reading about perfect love stories, about frogs turning into princes and happily ever afters,” explains Stevie. ‘The Boy Who Cried Love’ is about the fairy tale being messed up, about a prince turning out to be a frog and about a swimming pool filled with lies. It’s about a time I believed in a happily ever after, but I learnt that it was all a fable. A heartbreak song, but with Shrek vibes.”
To date, this hugely popular emerging talent has received critical acclaim from the likes of Notion, Early Rising and The Line of Best Fit, while also picking up placements on flagship Spotify playlists such as Fresh Finds and New Music Friday.