‘FLOWER’ – JOHNNY STIMSON {NEW MUSIC FRIDAYS}


Today, Dallas native pop singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Johnny Stimson released his latest single ‘Flower’. The track highlights Stimson’s desire to use songwriting as a tool to journal his life and own emotions, including appreciation and being thankful for life’s journey.

After landing high-profile syncs on The Vampire Diaries and Trophy Wife and building a growing following, the Dallas native urged a European booking agent to get him a show in London. He had a gut feeling something would happen in the wake of it, so he went across the pond for the gig. The next day, he got a rather unexpected, yet extremely welcome call. Stimson reveals, “Someone at the show knew Elton John, told him about my music, and Elton called me the next morning,” he smiles. “In the following months, we built this incredible partnership. I recognized the importance of taking risks because it was the only way I would’ve been able to do this.”

Drawing from influences as diverse as The Beatles, Tom Misch, Sam Cooke, and Frank Ocean, Stimson brings a distinct sense of soul to pop music—not only through his silk-smooth vocals, but also through his impressive skills on each piano, guitar, and bass. He confides, “I want to continue to have sonic variety in my music, but to have common thematic and musical ideas that help the songs work together to tell a complete story”.

Make sure to keep up with Stimson via Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.


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