Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer Johnny Stimson has been gathering positive buzz for quite sometime. The Dallas native has gathered the attention of many in the music sphere with his distinctive take on music including the likes of music icon Elliot John who signed Stimson to his own music label, Rocket Records.In a industry where most artists and producers stick to the same formulas for hit songs, Stimson is breaking down preconceived notions of music genres, creating his own colorful blend of ethereal melodic pop.
Stimson’s latest single, “Flower” off of his forthcoming EP is a groundbreaking homage to the fleeting happy moments life has to offer. The brilliant single has it all, the buttery rich vocals, heavenly falsetto runs, sensational instrumentation and sentimental lyrics. Stimson is a innovative artist who welcomes music experimentation with refreshing earworm soundscapes.
Heavily influenced by The Beatles, Sam Cooke, Tom Misch and Frank Ocean, Stimson is bringing the artistry and intricate stories back into music. “Flower” is reminiscent of the romanticism from yesterdays, using nature imagery in the lyrics, effectively painting a elaborate picture of the pure desire to hold on to the unforgettable moments a little longer. The chorus is a melting point of raw emotions as Stimson seduces your ear with pleading lyrics like “You’re my little flower/Blooming in the night/Only for an hour/The northern lights”. If “Flower” is any indication of what we can expect from Stimson, the world will surely become enamored with his music in no time.