Fierce Female Guitarist, 
Releases New Single
“Want Me”
Listen to the single here
“‘Want Me’ allowed me to let out all the anger I was feeling after being manipulated by a boy I thought I could trust. It’s about finding out that all the promises that person made were false. Something I’d want listeners to take away is to never let someone make you feel lesser because of their own lies – and to always say how you feel.” – Stacey Kelleher

February 28, 2020 (New York, NY): Stacey Kelleher has released her new single, “Want Me,” a pop-rock-trap anthem about being emotionally manipulated by a love interest you thought could be trusted.

“Want Me” is driven by grungy guitars and haunting chimes throughout the entire track. Stacey’s distinctive raspy voice comes out as she relieves herself of the anger of being backstabbed and lied to into her lyrics. The process of creating “Want Me” started with the beat, which reflects the anger and almost-craziness of the feeling of being blindsided. From there, Alisse Laymac produced the single while Zachary Pennington mastered it in Los Angeles, California.

Based in Nashville, Stacey Kelleher is a pop/rock singer-songwriter who is unafraid to speak her mind in her music. Stacey fuses genres together to create her own unique sound influenced by artists such as Post Malone and Green Day with straight-up lyrical content delivered with her signature raspy vocal tone. Despite being just 22 years old, Stacey has received numerous musical honors and accolades, including songwriting awards from her alma mater, the prestigious Berklee College of Music, and a nomination for New England Deli Magazine’s Artist of the Month in July 2019. An avid touring musician, Stacey played 123 shows in 2019 all over New England and beyond. Stacey Kelleher continues to be a force to be reckoned with by always working on new music and playing new shows and venues.

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