“I consider myself be a unique musician that is simply eager to share her strange music artistry, the recent release of my visual album “If Only Things Were Black and White” marks the end and very start to a new journey in my development as an artist and individual, also what could possibly be a new era of music for the north-east.” – S
STVTIC is very heavily influenced by bands such as PVRIS, CHVRCHES, The1975 to female artists such as Birdy, Florence and The Machine and of course Little Boots.
If Only Things Were Black and White contains five songs, all with edgy visual videos to coincide with the songs written in the album. From the very first song you start the journey that the vocalist went through of falling out of love, and as a fellow human expressing emotions we all know pain can come in different forms.
It was through the words and the feelings written in each song in this album that STVTIC discovered her sound and passion thus the whole album from start to end being a journey of feeling various things from toxic relations to having hope and optimism and the cycle of it all.
“I think every song she writes has lyrics that any person that has gone through the same feelings can understand or relate to; even if you can’t relate to the words the videos are definitely something different”.
“I have been told that I have an unusual yet captivating and haunting approach to the music I make, That’s also why I like the anonymity of my image because people hear this lone musician go by a weird name and no face and are like who is she! this is what I aim for, specially within this first album. To captivate and intrigue people into the videos and music I create. I think this album is a you like it or you don’t kinda thing. I haven’t had anyone aware of my identity complain about the music videos apart from the obvious “IS IT MEANT TO BE SHAKING” so I must be doing something right. – S