Upcoming artist Stella Mar is Seattles based act who makes music that’s an amalgamation of all the hurdles she’s cleared in her life; or as she puts it, “pop bangers for the languidly queer.” At age 13, Stella was told by professionals that she’d never be a good singer with her vocal tone, so she should give up her dreams of being a performer. Instead, she decided to push twice as hard. She began playing shows in Portland and Seattle and released her debut album White Noise in 2021. The concept album, a blend of electronic production and acoustic guitar, received accolades from the local press; Stella was invited to be a guest star on podcasts and her voice was described as, “part-Jeff Buckley, part-Arlo Parks.” With the release of her newest single "The Way," she projects a very captivating sound that will surely grasp your ears. Staring with groovy instrumentation leading onto her sweet and bright vocals she completes the track fully. Explaining further it's an ode to the fuckboy. Sparkling with Stella Mar’s signature combination of synth and spite, this song is written to a person with a particular personality type — the kind of person who plays with people’s hearts just for the fun of it. In the chorus, Mar begs this theoretical person to “show her the way” to their heart, although by the end of the song, we get the feeling that maybe there isn’t one. To the vocals and production, this track will definitely have you dancing. Being just perfect for a late-night drive or hanging with some friends. Go stream "The Way" and check out her discography and check out her discography which is filled with amazing tracks.