After The Voice

New singles from Presley Tennant, Madilyn Paige, Molly Stevens, Sheffield

  • Presley Tennant from The Voice Season 16
    Presley Tennant from The Voice Season 16


New post-Voice music out includes singles from Presley Tennant, Madilyn Paige, Molly Stevens and Sheffield.

Here’s a bit about each of those releases.

The links take you to the songs on Apple Music.

* Presley Tennant from Season 16 has released “Half That Strong,” a tribute to her dad, just in time for Father’s Day. Presley, who just turned 19, wrote the song for her dad’s 50th birthday last year and says she ” didn’t intend on releasing it. But with much thought decided that I’d love to share it with y’all right before Father’s Day. My dad has sacrificed so much for my family and I and I’m beyond grateful for everything that he has done to give us the life we have.”

* Madilyn Paige from Season 6 has a new single out called “Sinking.” It’s a song she wrote with Matthew Tryba. Says Madilyn: “When I wrote this song, I wanted to give a voice to those who have experienced toxic relationships. I wanted to have a message that could empower and strengthen people who might be in that kind of situation.” “Sinking” already marks Madilyn’s sixth single of 2021.

* Jamie Lono from Season 2 released the timely — and the catchy “Things Are Looking Up” as Sheffield. It’s part of a three-track EP called “Second Nature.” Jamie’s been simultaneously releasing music under his name and Sheffield for a couple of years now, reserving the latter moniker for his more acoustic / folk music. Jamie also recently celebrated a year of sobriety with a post on Instagram.

* Molly Stevens from Season 14 recently released a new single called “Completely.” Writes Molly on Instagram: “This song is about finding myself and the journey I took to get here. To trust myself. To love myself. All of me. Completely … If this is the last song I ever release I’m ok with that. It feels really freeing to not be chasing anything today but instead to be ok with where I am and who I am.”

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