STEVIE JEAN HAS A NEW GIRL TO CALL WHEN SHE’S “BORED“
Australian singer-songwriter Stevie Jean is continuing her rise, dropping a dirty pop banger, embracing honesty and rejecting the notion that she’s responsible for the “feels” of others.
“Women have so often bitten their tongues and put themselves second to appease a partner or family member. I believe that unadulterated honesty can be revolutionary and freeing. I’m going to do what I want to do and you’re going to have to deal with it,” said Stevie.
Stevie is in Sydney this March performing in the debut theatre production of ‘Cusp’, a coming of age drama based in the NT about issues that teens face when approaching adulthood. A fictional version of experiences just like hers, the production mirrors the themes covered in her music.
Stevie emerged in 2018 when her first song Hell In Every Religion was picked up by triple j Unearthed leading to national exposure. Her next step came with her collaboration with rapper Tasman Keith on last year’s Prey before her debut solo EP landed, with the track December Song hitting high rotation across summer as she hit the road for a national tour with Montaigne.
‘Bored’ is the next chapter in the Stevie Jean book as she reflects the reality of reaching adulthood and discovering the world that’s been left for her. Her unique ability to tell it like it is, reflect on the beauty and kick against the bulls**t has her speaking for and resonating with every young person grappling with life, love, sexuality, responsibility, faith and expectations.