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Stephanie Quayle Releasing New Album “Love The Way You See Me” Earlier Than Scheduled

Stephanie Quayle Love The Way You See Me© by Photo credit: Amaryllis Lockhart

Rebel Engine Entertainment recording artist Stephanie Quayle confirms she will release her new album LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME one week early as a surprise to fans. Originally slated for a release date of September 8, the new album will now be available for purchase this Friday, September 1 so that fans can enjoy the new music over the holiday weekend.

“I am so grateful for the outpouring of support from my amazing fan family as we played these new songs across this country. The reaction has been overwhelming,” shares Quayle. “I started to think, ‘how can I show just how thankful I really am?’ It had to be all about the music. So, we decided to get the music to the Flock of Quayle ASAP and release LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME a week early!”

Pre-order LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME here to receive this Friday, September 1.

People Country will host the exclusive first listen of LOVE THE WAY YOU SEE ME in its entirety a day prior to its release (8/31). Fans can get a taste of Quayle’s new music with an early listen of two new tracks off the album.

Taste Of Country has the exclusive premiere of the sultry, blues-infused “Selfish,” (co-written by Quayle alongside Andrew Scott Wills and Tori Tullier).

“What can I say… I know how I feel about my man. I want all his time. I can’t get enough of him. Walking into my writing session that day, we came up with this positive twist to a word that is usually a negative one. It’s been amazing to see couples react to this song like this is their story, too. It is taking on a life of its own,” Quayle tells Taste of Country.

Additionally, Inspirer Magazine is sharing the debut of female-empowerment anthem “Ugly” (co-written by GRAMMY-winning songwriter Nicolle Galyon and hit maker Audra Mae)

“When I heard ‘Ugly’ for the first time, written by two extraordinary female songwriters Nicolle Galyon and Audra Mae, I went home to my piano, and I sat down and I played that song until I knew every note, every nuance, every lyric. Until it was mine,” Quayle tells Inspirer. “This song is so incredible, and it means everything that I stand for. Who can’t relate to this song? It’s such a powerful message.”

Quayle lends her hand in co-writing 6 out of 11 tracks on the album, harnessing her signature passion and pairing it with an authentic artistry. With additional songwriting contributions from a slew of GRAMMY-award winning and hit songwriters combined with Matt McClure’s (Lee Brice’s smash-hit “I Drive Your Truck”) hands in production, fans can expect to hear and feel exactly what they didn’t know they were missing.