pronoun gains fresh perspective on new song, “sadie” | debut album out 5/24

+ debut LP, "i'll show you stronger" out May 24, 2019 interested in hearing the album? get in touch + touring with Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties this Summer

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One woman band pronoun (Alyse Vellturo) gains a new perspective and is ready to move forward on her new song, “sadie“. The song is the last one to be released before she drops her debut album i‘ll show you stronger, on May 24 via Rhyme & Reason Records. Ardent guitar riffs layered over upbeat drums create a stunning backdrop to Alyse Vellturo’s lyrics that burst with an energy is impossible to ignore. She explained the meaning behind the track, “I wrote this song skateboarding around SXSW 2016. I had just started the project and was meeting so many new people and musicians and everything was starting to fall into place. I was so thankful and excited to start a new life and career on my own and leave everything I knew behind.”

The theme of recovery is constant throughout her forthcoming album,  i’ll show you stronger underneath the barrage of fuzzy guitars, thick bass lines, airy synths, and D.I.Y. production. “This record picks up where my first EP left off. It pretty much saved my life,” pronoun explains, “It helped me realize it’s ok to be sad, and crazy, and hurt, and vulnerable, but it’s just as important to stand up for yourself and know what you deserve, and lastly to move on.”

Having released a handful of songs from the forthcoming full-length effort, including “stay” and “you didn’t even make the bed,” the album’s leadoff single, “run” has  leapt past the 1-million-mark on Spotify, with Stereogum notably describing it as “a monster of a track.”

The project started to materialize as early as 2016 with her debut EP as pronoun, there’s no one new around you. Enduring “a horrible breakup,” she refocused on her artistry and wrote this initial body of work in between day jobs in the industry. Upheld by her production, instrumentation, and voice, pronoun attracted widespread critical acclaim from the likes of the New York Times, Boston Globe, NPR, The Line of Best Fit, and many more.

Having released a handful of songs from the forthcoming full-length effort, including “stay” and “you didn’t even make the bed,” the album’s leadoff single, “run” has  leapt past the 1-million-mark on Spotify, with Stereogum notably describing it as “a monster of a track.”

The project started to materialize as early as 2016 with her debut EP as pronoun, there’s no one new around you. Enduring “a horrible breakup,” she refocused on her artistry and wrote this initial body of work in between day jobs in the industry. Upheld by her production, instrumentation, and voice, pronoun attracted widespread critical acclaim from the likes of the New York Times, Boston Globe, NPR, The Line of Best Fit, and many more.

“I hope i’ll show you stronger can give listeners some relief—and maybe the songs get stuck in their heads,” she leaves off. “It’s relevant to so many things. Mostly, it’s about fixing a situation and emerging as a stronger person.”

+ Critical acclaim from the New York Times, NPR, Stereogum, UPROXX, NYLON & more

Upcoming Tour Dates

w/ Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties

​​​​​5/29 – Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall

5/30 – Boston, MA – City Winery

5/31 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bazaar

6/1 – Baltimore, MD – Ottobar

6/2 – Durham, NC – Motorco

6/4 – Orlando, FL – Soundbar

6/5 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (Hall)

6/6 – Nashville, TN – The Basement East

6/7 – St. Louis, MO – Fubar

6/8 – Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge

6/9 – Columbus, OH – Basement

6/11 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Rex

6/12 – Philadelphia, PA – Fillmore (Side Room)

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