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UK Queer Artist, Stuart Woolfenden releases new single "Like Old Times"

Dancepop, electropop, hyperpop

Stuart Woolfenden’s new single ‘Like Old Times’ is a self-penned/produced dancefloor filler that sees him pining for an old lover, over the backdrop of blazing anthemic synths and a sledgehammer four-to-the-floor beat. Stuart’s glitchy vocals echo hyperpop acts such as Charli XCX and Dorian Electra as he speaks in between lines in true Britney fashion. A futuristic club endeavour, this track is sure to be on your Friday night party playlist. Speaking on the song - ‘I was at my lowest when I wrote this song. I initially wrote it on the guitar and when I started producing it, it just became something much bigger. Now all I want to do is blast this song and dance to it with my friends which is not what I originally planned for it, now that painful part of my life has become something positive. That’s the beauty of creativity’. The single comes at the start of what is to be an exciting year for Stuart - with more singles in the pipeline and live shows to be announced soon.


About the artist

British pop singer/songwriter Stuart Woolfenden has achieved so much at such a young age - from having national airplay on BBC Radio 6 aged just 17, to being recognised by industry professionals Jamal Edwards (founder of SB.TV), Maisie Williams (of Game Of Thrones fame), and Rob Da Bank (founder of Bestival) when he was shortlisted to perform on the Bestival main stage. He also played ahead of Ed Sheeran's sold out concert at Arena Birmingham on the Firestone Stage in 2017.

An avid pop music lover, his influences permeate his songwriting with infectious hooks and introspective lyricism. Championed by his local BBC Introducing station (Hereford & Worcester) who give him regular airplay, Stuart is already making a name for himself in his local area.

His latest release ‘Like Old Times’ sees Stuart fully embrace his love for dancepop. The first of many releases to come in 2022, with live shows to be announced soon.



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