Pop Artist Cory Stewart Dreams About Love in Infectious 90’s-Influenced Club Banger
Toronto’s Stewart teams up with Chicago based AlexZone and Green Bay’s TeawhYB to pen latest hit single, “Dreams About Love”
TORONTO, ON (February 10, 2021) – It’s the season of love and after once swearing off romance, Queer pop artist Cory Stewart finds himself debating the idea of dating again — if only in his dreams. Stewart’s new single, “Dreams About Love” (slated for release this Friday, February 11, 2022) is a can’t-get-it-out-of-your-head 90’s-influenced track, hauntingly crafted to take the dance floor by storm.
“Dreams About Love” entertains a more experimental side to Stewart’s musicality, with unexpected combinations of strings, synths and percussive beats. Featuring lyrics penned by Stewart and Chicago-based pop artist AlexZone and a bridge feature from celebrated Green Bay artist TeawhyB, “Dreams” was produced by Cory Stewart and JUNO winner Gavin Bradley.
“Around Valentine’s Day, I always found it frustrating that there is a lack of songs being dropped for the single people of the world,” says Stewart. “Dreams About Love is a song for those who may not have anyone to celebrate the Hallmark holiday with. A song you can dance around in your living room to, while you munch on those bon bons and finish off that bottle of Sauvignon Blanc.”
Stewart released his debut album ‘TOV’ in January 2021 to critical acclaim, with press calling it “expertly-crafted”, “ever-catchy” and a “no-skip, heavy-hitting pop album with a voice and direction unlike any other”. Charting #9 on iTunes and celebrating over 800,000 stream counts to date, ‘TOV’ continues to be touted as one of the best indie-pop album releases of 2021.
“Dreams About Love” will be available on all streaming platforms via AWAL/Kobalt on Friday, February 11, 2022. All streaming links will be found here: https://snd.click/sfa1
About Cory Stewart:
Cory Stewart has been described as synth-pop’s “smooth voice” (Billboard, 2020) who creates “fearless, unapologetic and relentlessly catchy” music (Canadian Beats, 2018). Stewart has been a supporting act for several legendary artists including the likes of Boy George and Crystal Waters. He is the host of the Official Queerantine Aftershow, which accompanies the weekly TRL-style indie music showcase show Queerantine, airing monthly at 3:00 p.m. EST on the non-profit ‘It Gets Better’ YouTube channel. Stewart also hosts a weekly podcast called “OK GREAT” with fellow musician Kisos, where the two speak about the trials and tribulations of living as an indie music artist.
Alt-Hip-Pop artist, TeawhYB (T-Y-B), represents a brand of authenticity and ultimate connectivity, providing heartfelt commentary centered on self-actualization, celebration, and sorrow over guitars, synths, and drum kits.
Originating from Green Bay, WI and formerly noted for his college-life, party-induced sound, TeawhYB took a hiatus from a budding music career while coming to terms with his personal identity. He has since redirected his auditory creativity, mending his past, present, and future. “Being aware of your identity is much different than accepting it. In high school I was a freestyle rapper-jock and was outted. At the time I didn’t identify with what I perceived to be gay culture so part of my mission is to show being queer doesn’t have to be stereotypical, it just has to be unequivocally you. Once I was finally comfortable in my own skin everything started clicking musically. I was never in choir or band class, so the only thing I know about music is what I feel.”