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2Steel Girls release fun new single


Krystal and Allison are the 2Steel Girls and they have a pair of new songs out.

Krystal and Allison are the 2Steel Girls and they have a pair of new songs out.

The only mother-daughter duo ever to appear on The Voice released a fun new single Friday.

It’s a female empowerment tune called “Queen Bee” that has all the sass of some of the previous releases from 2Steel Girls.

But it also has more blues and a little less country twang.

“We are country folks,” Allison Steel says of herself and daughter Krystal. “We were born and raised in Ohio and have lived in rural Tennessee for 13 years. But, our taste in music is very eclectic.

“Our album focus this time was different,” she added. “We decided to only record songs we absolutely love. The songs also had to be ones that we’d love to perform and songs we knew would relate to our fans.

“We listened to thousands of songs over the last year. We can’t wait for you to hear the rest of the album. Let’s just say, it’s gonna be a fun listening experience.”

“Queen Bee” was written by Kelly Paige.

“We stumbled across the song and as soon as we heard it we both absolutely loved it,” Allison told Voice Views. “We both looked at each other and said, ‘We have to record this!’”

It’s actually one of two songs 2Steel Girls released Friday. The other is a lovely ballad “In My Head,” proof the 2Steel Girls haven’t left their country roots behind.

As for the aforementioned album, it will be out this summer, Allison said. An exact release date hasn’t been set yet.

Allison and Krystal won a spot on Season 3 of The Voice and they’ve been among the most under-rated former Voice contestants since.

Prior to the singles they dropped Friday, they’d released two impressive EPs — “Train Wreck” and “Red, White and Blue Girls.” “The Devil Leads” from the latter made Voice Views list of 20 Top post-Voice songs of 2016.

You can follow 2Steel Girls on their Facebook and Instagram pages. On Twitter, they’re @2SteelGirls.

Here’s “Queen Bee.”

For a look at post-Voice music released so far in 2018 head here.

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