The new EP from alt pop artist Johnny Stimson called Butterflies. Celebrated for his innovative blend of vibrant pop melodies, soulful vocals, and R&B dipped soundscapes, the rising artist has already garnered a massive following, his music reaching hundreds of millions of streams + views and gaining fans such as BTS and Elton John.
In his new EP Butterflies, Johnny Stimson was inspired by a wave of personal transformation during the intense struggle felt during the past few years of COVID. He confides, “Butterflies is about new beginnings. It’s a reminder that life and relationships and pandemics can be tough to navigate, but it’s worth celebrating that growth phase and looking forward to what’s on the other side. I think the whole world is experiencing some growing pains right now, and I hope these songs can bring joy to people even during the struggle.”
Johnny has over 200 million global streams, and has received acclaim from the likes of Billboard, Vogue Korea and Vice, to name a few. His music has also been added to Spotify playlists New Music Friday, Totally Stress Free, Make Out Jams, Summer Party and more.
Listen to Butterflies EP Here:
Watch the new video for “Material Things” Here:
- 200+ Million Global Streams & Views
- #1 on the Melon r&b chart – “Casual”
- 3 Top 100 songs on Melon pop chart
Johnny Stimson blends a soulful rasp with a modern pop sensibility to create melodies that make a little home in your heart. Sprinkled with RnB overtones and a classic singer/songwriter sensitivity, he aims to spread love through music. Elton John signed Stimson to Rocket Records in 2015 after his single, “Holding On”, broke a Shazam record for an unsigned artist in the U.K. His songs have been featured in many TV shows and advertisements, including Vampire Diaries, The Flash, Trophy Wife, and The Fosters. In 2018, Stimson’s song, “Honeymoon” went viral in Indonesia, peaking at #2. Following tours with SoMo and Tori Kelly, Stimson is releasing a series of songs for his upcoming project, including self-produced singles “Flower”, “Hard to Say Goodbye”, “Smile” and “Butterflies”.