NEW MUSIC: JC STEWART | LOUD
The Northern Irish singer-songwriter will put out his second song of 2021 titled "Loud" via Warner Records. This serves as the follow-up to "Break My Heart which was released five months ago. Stewart, from Magherafelt, said that Loud was written when he went on a trip to Kent earlier this year to clear his head. Lyrics in the song include "My head's a mess / I'm scared of everything." He says about the track: "I went to Kent a few months ago to clear my head and wrote this song while I was there. Now I'm releasing it at the end of a really weird time in my life, and I'm very grateful for that. Never before have I put so much of myself into my music as now, and I'm pleased with the result." JC Stewart will be looking for "Loud" to become his third release in a row to impact the Official Irish Homegrown Chart. His 2020 collaboration with British producer 220 Kid Too Many Nights reached Number 2, while the January release Break My Heart peaked at Number 4. He is best known for co-writing Lewis Capaldi’s hit "Hollywood," which featured on Capaldi’s best-selling debut album "Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent" and for his parody of the "Friends" theme tune, which went viral after being noticed by Jennifer Aniston in 2020.