Stealth, an insomniac with a flair for music. His dark tone mirrors the nights he spends awake writing moody lyrics and melodies, yet his voice is big enough to wake the dead. Stealth’s sound takes strong influence from blues and soul, Howlin Wolf and Etta James are two of his idols. He’s found, between the dark tone of his voice and emotive lyrics, a moving and personal style of music.
Stealth has been quickly turning tastemaker heads with the release of his debut EP Intro. Phil Taggart has been a big champion at Radio 1 and described ‘I Don’t Need Your Love’ as, “a three-minute record of pure perfection,” while the single has also gained support from Lauren Laverne at 6 Music and Dermot O’Leary at Radio 2 where Stealth recently recorded a live session for the show; He has also been championed by BBC Introducing and gained a wealth of high profile press support from the likes of The Independent, Shortlist, Konbini, Record of the day Metro and Music Week to name but a few.
Stealth’s blistering song, ‘Judgement Day’ premiered on the latest episode of US TV series Suits to a phenomenal reaction on both sides of the Atlantic. The track has clocked up over 4.5 million plays on youtube and is approaching 2 million on Spotify.
‘Judgement Day’ charted globally in 13 countries on Shazam, and entered the US Future Hits Chart at No.9, and the UK at No.13. The platform also featured the song as their ‘Track Of The Day’ and described it as “this year’s ‘Take Me To Church’.”
It’s taken from Stealth’s debut EP Intro, released on March 25th the EP charted at No 2 in the UK iTunes singer/songwriter chart and No 3 in the US and has so far sold over 17,000 track downloads
Stealth has also been carving a distinct mark on the live scene. He sold out his first ever London headline show at Servant Jazz Quarters in November, and has played in support of Seinabo Sey, Jamie Woon, Zella Day, Tiggs Da Author, Kaleo and has recently been main support to electronic trio Vaults on their UK tour.