Still Think About You
Scottish singer delivers Summer pop banger
(Humble Angel Records)
thisisNAMASTE delivers pure pop euphoria
One of the sturdiest pop debuts
She’s got her eyes set on the world, while remaining intimately connected to who she really is
Fresh, pure and intelligent
thisisNAMASTE drops her latest single Still Think About You today Friday 23rd July 2021 via Humble Angel Records. A pumping pop beat drives the production, whilst thisisNAMASTE chimes in with energetic vocals. With dancefloors closed across the world, Still Think About You is the perfect escapist pop banger this Summer really needs.
I wrote this song about the awkward stage at the very start of a dating someone, where you overthink every text message, every phonecall, what should I say, what shouldn’t I say, do they like me? etc. If we were all more blunt and just said, I like your face, do you like mine? then we’d cut out a lot of that awkward phase and get just to the point of knowing where we stand
thisisNAMASTE is the solo moniker of Natasha Marie Stewart, who hails from the small town of Lanark, Scotland. Natasha was captivated with music from an early age citing big songwriters such as Whitney and Celine Dion as inspirations. With no musical family (both her parents are dentists), Natasha forged her own path and moved to London to study Creative Musicianship at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.
Natasha soon landed gigs touring as a backing vocalist for the likes of Rita Ora, Ella Eyre, Bebe Rexha and Martin Garrix, performing on some of the world’s biggest stages whilst developing her own songwriting as thisisNAMASTE. Taking her childhood pop influences and a love of artists such as Sia, Robyn and Tove Lo, thisisNAMASTE is also claiming her place as a songwriter to watch. During the past year the young singer and songwriter has steadily released a host of carefully crafted pop songs such as I Like Your Face and Something. Making sassy lyricism, upbeat melodies and earworm choruses her signature, thisisNAMASTE is a young UK talent ready to step into the pop spotlight