JC Stewart is back with his new single “Don’t Say You Love Me,” the first song from his forthcoming second EP. The song was released with an accompanying video, which was directed by Nathan Barlow. Find the track here.
Fans of JC have become familiar with “Don’t Say You Love Me” after being the opening song in his live show for several years. It’s a simple message about something that almost everyone goes through: if we have to split up, let’s at least limit the pain we’ll put ourselves through by making it a clean break.
JC says, “‘Don’t Say You Love Me is a song I wrote over three years ago. I opened the live set with it for years and it always made me feel alive as soon as the first beat kicked in. I wrote it about needing to leave someone and having to stand up for yourself and have the courage to walk away from something when it would probably be easier to stay.
This song has been something I have been planning to get out to the world for a long, long time and I am so glad that that time has finally come.”
JC Stewart wrote “Don’t Say You Love Me” with Sam Merrifield (Mimi Webb) and the song’s producer Nathaniel ‘Detonate’ Ledwidge. It was subsequently completed with mixing from the Grammy-nominated Matty Green (Dua Lipa, Dermot Kennedy).
After recently playing Latitude, JC Stewart has just finished a tour as a special guest to The Vamps. JC’s next run of headline shows will be revealed soon.
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