First Look: Alana Stewart's "Momma Says"

5.13.2011

By Noah Michelson

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If you're looking for the next big thing in music, look no further. Alana Stewart, a bluesy singer-songwriter who was discovered busking in the subway stations of NYC, is set to release her new EP, The Misuse of Chemistry, in July and we've got the exclusive premiere of the lead single, "Momma Says":

Of the song Stewart says, "'Momma Says' is an anthem for 17-year-old girls everywhere on the cusp of the big life question young adults everywhere are forced to make: WTF am I supposed to do with my life? Should I listen to my mother? Should I take this risk? It's an exploration of all the different trajectories that accompany various decisions. My conclusion: Ask a lot of questions, and commit."

Mark our words: If there's any justice in this world, Stewart will get her due this year.

Check out "Momma Says" and then head to Stewart's official website or her Facebook page and follow her on Twitter to get more info and to hear more music from this talented newcomer.

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AS
If you're looking for the next big thing in music, look no further. Alana Stewart, a bluesy singer-songwriter who was discovered busking in the subway stations of NYC, is set to release her new EP, The Misuse of Chemistry, in July and we've got the exclusive premiere of the lead single, "Momma Says":

Of the song Stewart says, "'Momma Says' is an anthem for 17-year-old girls everywhere on the cusp of the big life question young adults everywhere are forced to make: WTF am I supposed to do with my life? Should I listen to my mother? Should I take this risk? It's an exploration of all the different trajectories that accompany various decisions. My conclusion: Ask a lot of questions, and commit."

Mark our words: If there's any justice in this world, Stewart will get her due this year.

Check out "Momma Says" and then head to Stewart's official website or her Facebook page and follow her on Twitter to get more info and to hear more music from this talented newcomer.

Previously > Hummer: tUnE-yArDs’s “Bizness”

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