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Pronoun Announces Debut Album, Drops Electro-Pop Break Up Anthem 'Stay': Listen

Pronoun
 Shervin Lainez

Pronoun

Brooklyn-based singer Pronoun dropped her new electro-pop single “Stay” today (Feb 13). The track is an entry from her upcoming debut album I’ll Show You Stronger, set to release on May 24.

“Stay” originally began as a love song that Pronoun started writing a few years back while she was in a relationship. After the couple broke up, the unfinished track transformed into the break up anthem. “So if you're gonna go, I think I’m gonna stay,“ Pronoun sings over frantic, melodic guitar riffs.

“It walks through the moment that a break up occurs,” Pronoun explains in a release. "In this case, it was something I was expecting, and had already began to process, but still in that moment I found myself in a strange mixture of an array of emotions, but also lack thereof and apathy.”

The combination of intense feelings Pronoun experiences in “Stay” are just a taste of what’s waiting for listeners in her upcoming I'll Show You Stronger. Describing it as her "best track to release"alongside the album announcement, the singer is ready to show fans that "it's ok to be sad, crazy, hurt, and vulnerable," when the completed project releases in May.  

Check out “Stay” below: