Wrabel Announces New Single “Bloodstain”
Wrabel is rolling out “Bloodstain” as the follow-up to his breakthrough radio hit, “11 Blocks.” The 28-year-old revealed the cover art on social media as well as what appear to be lyrics. “I would rather love and bleed than never feel love at all,” reads a cryptic tweet. It all sounds very emotional, which is right on brand. I’m a little surprised he’s not going with “Poetry” or “Honest Man,” because they’re so compelling, but I’m sure this is every bit as good.
Stephen first made waves in 2014 with debut EP, Sideways, and a feature on Afrojack’s club smash “Ten Feet Tall.” He rebooted in 2016 with a new record deal (he’s now signed to Epic) and a new single called “11 Blocks,” which proved to be a huge hit at HAC radio. Wrabel will promote his new track with a spring tour that kicks off in Portland, Oregon on March 13 and winds up in Los Angeles on March 21. See all the dates here.