JC STEWART shares live video for new single ‘Scars’ – Watch Now

JC STEWART shares live video for new single ‘Scars’ - Watch Now

The MTV VMA nominee JC Stewart adds to his rising star status and 250 million+ streams by sharing his brand new single ‘Scars’. It follows two big tracks already this year for the pop singer-songwriter: his single ‘Love Like That’, which saw him grace the cover of Spotify’s New Pop UK playlist and pick up Radio 1 Best New Pop airplay, and a feature on the Armin van Buuren / Billen Ted dance hit ‘Come Around Again’.

JC joined the two artists to give the song an unforgettable debut at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival, and it exceeded a million streams in just five days. ‘Scars’ is released as JC’s long-awaited European headline tour, The Tour After The Tour That Didn’t Tour, is now underway. It includes his biggest shows to date in both London and Belfast.

JC’s instantly relatable, emotionally charged songwriting is given a subtle shift with ‘Scars’. While he usually pours his heart into stories of heartache and break-ups, ‘Scars’ instead celebrates how those challenges have shaped the person he is today.JC’s tenacious, touching vocal powers an affecting summer pop smash which provides a beacon of hope for fans who are struggling with their own battles. As the hook so euphorically expresses, what currently feels insurmountable will one day be just a memory: “I wear my scars and the stories that they’re painting / They hurt like hell, but damn it feels amazing.”

JC says, “‘Scars’ is a song about coming back to life. I wrote it after coming out of a weird time and realising that maybe I was meant to go through it. Maybe all the challenges and hardships are there to make us better and stronger and better equipped to love the people around us. I love the euphoria that this song gives me, and it really lifts me when I’m starting to get down again. I hope it can do the same for other people!”

JC wrote ‘Scars’ with its producer Anton Hard and co-writer Linnea Södahl. ‘Scars’ is released alongside a full live band performance video, which provides a tantalising teaser of what to expect from JC’s current tour. Watch BELOW:

Outside of his fan favourites ‘I Need You To Hate Me’, ‘Break My Heart’ and ‘Lying That You Love Me’, JC is also firmly established as a go-to collaborator from an eclectic mix of major artists. In addition to Armin van Buuren and Billen Ted’s ‘Come Around Again’. He has also collaborated with 220 Kid, Jonasu and Kina, co-wrote Lewis Capaldi’s ‘Hollywood’, and collaborated on his own songs with Niall Horan (‘Break My Heart’) and Tom Odell (the ‘When The Light Hits The Room’ EP). JC also enjoys a long-term friendship with The Vamps, most recently performing as part of the handpicked line-up at their Barcelona Weekender extravaganza.

JC’s remaining headline tour dates are listed below. He will be joined by special guest Ellie Dixon at all shows from Berlin to Belfast, and a limited quantity of tickets are available HERE. He will also play a selection of major festival dates this summer. He’s confirmed for Boardmasters, Barn on the Farm and Bardfest in the UK, while his European festivals include Pinkpop, Hurricane, Southside, Rock Werchter, Poolbar, Kulturinsel Wöhrmühle and FM4 Frequency.

27th – Czech Republic, Prague, Lucerna Music Bar
28th – Germany, Munich, Freiheitshalle
30th – Germany, Berlin, Heimathafen

1st – Germany, Hamburg, Markthalle
2nd – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg Max
3rd – Germany, Cologne, Live Music Hall
7th – UK, London, O2 Academy Islington
11th – Northern Ireland, Belfast, Ulster Hall
14th – Ireland, Dublin, The Academy
21st – Switzerland, Zurich, Plaza

9th – UK, Cambridge, The Junction
10th – UK, Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
16th – UK, St. Albans, The Horn
17th – UK, Stoke, The Sugarmill

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