thisisNAMASTE | Girl I Got You

Scotland’s bright pop prospect thisisNAMASTE (aka Natasha Marie Stewart) returns with brand new single 'Girl I Got You'.

Natasha embodies an angel on the shoulder for those are struggling with their mental health in the lyrics as she repeats in the listeners’ ear:


"So count to three, breath deep. Shut out all the things you don’t need. Grit your teeth, show them your appetite”.


'Girl I Got You' is a catchy and colourful track with positive energy. A lively and upbeat summer pop anthem with gorgeous vocals - something that we all need a bit of right now. Truly polished and ready for radio play.


On the track, she says:


“This song is about my constant inner battle with anxiety. Sometimes I feel like I am on top of the world and can do anything, but then my anxiety decides to pipe in and is like “haha you suck!” and makes me second guess everything. Anxiety and mental health is something that effects so many of us in different ways. This song is a reminder to myself and hopefully to others, that we are bigger than our anxieties and insecurities, we can do whatever we set our minds to and we truly are enough.”

Raised in Lanark, a small town between Glasgow and Edinburgh, Natasha was captivated with music from an early age citing big songwriters such as Whitney and Mariah Carey as inspirations. With no musical family, Natasha forged her own path and moved to London to study Creative Musicianship at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.


Natasha soon landed gigs touring as a backing vocalist for the likes of Rita Ora, Ella Eyre, Bebe Rexha and Martin Garrix, performing on some of the world’s biggest stages whilst developing her own songwriting as thisisNAMASTE.


She is now shaping up to become a serious one to watch with this fourth single that shows off her penchant for catchy songwriting and ear worm pop melodies.

Listen to 'Girl I Got You' HERE Instagram: @thisisnamaste

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