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Review: "Overcommitted" - Stacey Kelleher

Learning to put yourself first is a hard task to accomplish. There’s always a fear of disappointing someone and saying no can be difficult. Stacey Kelleher tackles these feelings and fears in her new single, “Overcommitted.” While it’s difficult to say no sometimes, it’s even more difficult to constantly say yes and to never have a second to breathe. “Overcommitted” illustrates Kelleher’s predicament, the inner-battle she faces between choosing her mental health over her drive to succeed. Though chasing your dreams is an amazing journey, it can get overwhelming sometimes; it's always okay to acknowledge that and take a break for yourself.

“Overcommitted” leans heavily into the indie pop scene, showcasing Stacey Kelleher’s chill style. The fresh single is co-written by Kelleher and upcoming Nashville songwriters, Emily Gurklis and Fran Litterski. Throughout the song, Kelleher's raspy vocals float over a dreamy synth soundscape, mixed with piano and guitar inspired by Holly Humberstone. The track is filled with captivating melodies and relatable lyrics, giving listeners a genuine glimpse into Kelleher’s life and feelings as a musician. A catchy and authentic anthem for workaholics, “Overcommitted” is sure to resonate with other fellow overachievers.

A rising indie pop artist, Stacey Kelleher is a Nashville-based force to be reckoned with. She is a songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist known for her honest and vulnerable music. Songwriting serves as an outlet for her, helping Kelleher navigate the highs and lows of life. Kelleher is inspired by artists like Holly Humberstone, LANY, Lennon Stella, and Phoebe Bridges. Some of her popular releases include "Thing of the Past," "ILY & I Can't Say It," "Worst Case Scenario," and "Broke In." If Stacey Kelleher isn't on your radar, be sure to check out these songs and add them to your playlists!

Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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