STACEY RYAN RELEASES NEW SINGLE “OVER TONIGHT”
LA RESIDENCY AT THE SUN ROSE CONTINUES
JANUARY 19TH & 26TH
WATCH LIVE PERFORMANCE VIDEO HERE
“FALL IN LOVE ALONE” REACHES 100 MILLION GLOBAL STREAMS
13 JANUARY 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Stacey Ryan starts off the new year with a bang, with the release of her new highly anticipated single “Over Tonight” out today via Island Records. The alluring, R&B-tinged single tells the tale of a friends with benefits relationship taking a turn for the worst: when one party inevitably starts to develop feelings, an instance many know all too well. Listen to the moody track HERE.
2023 is poised to be a huge year for Ryan, as she just kicked off her LA residency yesterday, January 12th at The Sun Rose, where she’ll be playing every Thursday for the rest of the month. Stacey will also be joining Jake Wesley Rogers on his North American tour kicking off February 24th. Later this spring, she’ll be joining Joshua Bassett on the road for his European tour.
ABOUT STACEY RYAN:
Stacey Ryan has the rare gift of turning heartache into beautiful, bubbly soul-pop ballads. Her breakthrough “Don’t Text Me When You’re Drunk” collabo with Zai1k has garnered 19 million global streams, catapulting Stacey to the center of the year’s most viral TikTok trend. Her deeply personal account of an all-too-common dating experience, the track is a sparkling piece of soul-pop with effervescent textures, bright percussion, and mesmerizing piano work that brilliantly contrast Stacey’s emphatic refusal to compromise her needs. In July, Stacey was one of eight acts personally chosen by Duran Duran to open their BST Hyde Park festival show in London. Her most recent single “Deep End,” a warm summery uptempo track, was released in August as an ode to the end of summer. “Deep End” follows up “Fall In Love Alone,” , a look at potentially unrequited love, knowing the other person has a hard time committing and hoping they don’t fall in love…alone. The song became a massive smash in the fall of 2022, racking up a whopping 100 million global streams. Her ever-evolving body of work continues to show the full extent of her songwriting powers and one-of-a-kind musical imagination. A classically trained jazz pianist who also plays guitar, bass, ukulele, and trumpet, she possesses an undeniable knack for lyrical storytelling, melodies that endlessly wander into unexpected places, a singular sense of rhythm and song structure that wholly reflects her jazz background.