Rising alt-pop artist, Stevie Bill has released her debut EP, Messy today. A collection of tracks that explore complex relationships, youthful mistakes and stories of ambition, Messy promises a deep dive into the world of pop and its ever-evolving fluidity.
Including The Line of Best Fit-approved single “Good luck to your new girlfriend” and unreleased tracks, “Excuses” and “Poison”, the five-track EP makes a statement of intent: to understand who we are through the mistakes that we make. “When I moved to New York for the first time, I wanted everything to go perfectly,” says Stevie. “But soon I realized that life is fucking messy, things happen, people say shit about you. One of my biggest lessons was: embrace the chaos.” Her words in both conversation and song remind us to be bold, to take risks and to always be unapologetically ourselves because, hey, life isn’t fun if it’s not a little messy, right?
At just 23-years-old, Stevie Bill has a lot to say about her Gen Z experiences. Growing up in Amsterdam before moving to Berlin at 19, and then relocating to New York after being accepted into the prestigious Clive Davis Institute of NYU, Stevie has spent the last few years figuring out exactly the kind of artist she wants to be. With early support on the project from the likes of The Line of Best Fit, Clash Magazine, Notion, Earmilk, Early Rising, Pop Cultr and more, plus with key Spotify editorial support backing her music in playlists such as New Music Friday UK & NL, Fresh Finds, Fresh Finds Pop, Fresh Pop, Sad Bops and love or hate emo rock, it’s clear that Stevie Bill is an artist thriving in her own lane and has a gigantic future ahead.