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INTRO EP RELEASED MARCH 25th Stealth has revealed his blistering new song ‘Judgement Day’, which premiered on the latest episode of Suits in the U.S. last week and in the UK last night to a phenomenal reaction, which has seen the song clock up over 135K plays on The Vibe Guide and over 59K Shazams.

Just like a stealthful ninja, this song creeps up on you with the same blazened passion as Hosier and the soulful melodic vocals of James Bay and James Morrison! The apocalyptic rapture of ‘Judgement Day’ sees Stealth’s weighty neo-soul vocals at their most intimate yet. Delivering a sombre brooding honesty, Stealth sings, “Strike me down take me away, debts are due it’s time to pay / face what I deserve, here comes judgement day… I won’t run the guilt is mine, too long denying all my crimes / face what I deserve, here comes judgement day.”

It’s the latest song to be taken from Stealth’s upcoming debut EP Intro, due for release on March 25th. ‘Judgement Day’ follows the recent reveal of ‘I Don’t Need Your Love’, which finds Stealth revitalising nostalgic blues sentiments among a haunting hum. Its hard-hitting video witnesses Stealth take part in an AA-style meeting, which sees the cast opening up about their addictions and laying their hearts on the line. Stealth has been quickly turning tastemaker heads with the Intro EP. 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 Dermot O’Leary at Radio 2. He has also been championed by BBC Introducing and gained a wealth of high profile press support from the likes of Shortlist, Konbini, Music Week, Red Bull Music, Gigwise and FAULT Magazine to name but a few. He first rose to prominence as one of the most sought after voices in dance music. He has co-written and featured on the collaboration between drum & bass heavyweights Netsky Vs. Metrik with ‘Can’t Speak’, the latest output from producer extraordinaire Nitin Sawhney ‘When I’m Gone’, and has become a Radio 1/1Xtra and Hype Machine favourite from his work with Roger Sanchez on ‘Remember Me’ and the fiery ‘Fearless’ with Drumsound & Bassline Smith. Stealth will soon be joining the top flight of brooding British male vocalists with his captivating talents showcased in the imminent release of the Intro EP. “A quality piece of work” – Shortlist “An instant classic” – Konbini “You might not know the name Stealth… but you soon will” – Red Bull Music “It’s a very strong debut… we’re very excited to see what else is to come in the future” - FAULT “Penetrative and a reinvigoration of the neo-soul style” – Gigwise “Stealth’s gravelling vocals pack a punch – he effortlessly cruises between soulful and soul-stirring.” – Coup De Main

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