The 19-year-old indie pop artist talks to her fans on Instagram in what she calls “spill therapy” where she encourages her audience (mostly teenage girls) to be vocal and stay true to themselves. She’s performed at New York venues, from a residency at Rockwood Music Hall to Mercury Lounge.
The Columbia University student has 500k Spotify monthly listeners and landed on Spotify’s Indie Pop, young & free, and Teen Beats. Give it a stream on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.
The new track follows her debut single Occupy Your Mind which was nominated for the German Songwriting Award in 2020
Inspired by Foushée, Billie Eilish, H.E.R, The Weeknd, and Ed Sheeran the Munich native started writing at 14. She plans to drop 3 tracks in 2021 with an EP to follow. Give it a stream.
It marks the third single that comes off her upcoming EP “a glitch in our virtual reality.” The 5 song concept EP captures all emotions entangled in a relationship.
Writing from personal experience, Stef shares, “This song captures the feeling of being infatuated with someone when you begin to fall in love”. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
The track landed on Spotify’s Alternative Beats and New Noise. It’s the most unique track on the playlist.
“Spin It is about how once something has been said, people have a tendency to play with what was originally meant – spinning words to match their own narrative” shares Big X
Check out ‘The Girl I Used To Be’ by UK’s HOL – the moniker of 17 year old aka Hollie Findlay. Give it a chance if you like bedroom pop and alt pop. She’s garnered support from BBC Introduction, Amazing Radio, and Radio X.
‘The Girl I Used To Be’ describes a lost girl searching for her old self. The lyrics depict her journey as she thinks she has found the one thing she is looking for – a life-long friend – only to realise that it is actually her former-self” shares Hol.
Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.