LONDON-BASED SONGSTRESS SONIA STEIN’S POETIC NEW VIDEO “PASSERBY” HYPNOTIZES

London-based R&B pop-songstress Sonia Stein has been hypnotizing global audiences with her live performances and poetic lyrics. Get ready to be entranced with her songwriting and poignant vocals in her new music video for her latest single ‘Passerby’. Her moving, emotional verses showcase Sonia’s classic background, while giving a nod to her influences including Joni Mitchell and Fiona Apple. Accompanied by nothing but a piano, Sonia has been crafting melodic pop hooks since she was 15 years old. After conquering stadiums alongside renowned artist Dido on her UK,  Europe, and South America tour, Stein released her new EP “See Me Now” this past January with producer Liam Howe (FKA Twigs, Adele, Jessie Ware).

When asked about her new song, Sonia Stein said, “Passerby is about the dichotomy between wanting to be seen and wanting to hide as an artist. The constant clash between introvert and extrovert and the way that it holds me back. It’s about wanting to be appreciated without having to ask for attention (love me as a passerby).”

Musician Sonia Stein, in a still from her latest “Passerby” Music Video

Her EP See Me Now is a showcase of Sonia’s songwriting and extensive vocal range that fans across the globe have come to love. Sonia has a wealth of knowledge that she brings to her self-penned emotionally heart tugging songs.  Many of her experiences in travel and relationships are reflected in song through her lyrics.  “I really related to the kaleidoscope of cultures that I gleaned from such cultural hubs like London, New York, Berlin and Poland,” says the songstress.

Musician Sonia Stein

Check out a video of Sonia Stein at New York Fashion Week below and follow her on Instagram and Spotify for updates on her performances and new releases.

 
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