Bright-eyed and bubbly new artist, Maggie Schneider recently released her new EP, Tinted Glasses, of which she’s also premiering the music video for, exclusively on Guitar Girl Magazine. Maggie has been turning heads since the release of her brand new EP, Tinted Glasses!
Off the EP comes lead single “695 North Avenue” and the powerful anthem, “Chuck Bass” which was inspired by the Gossip Girl character and is a song for all women who have been harassed or assaulted in any way.
Produced by Rian Dawson of All Time Low at Track Happy Studios, Tinted Glasses is a culmination of fresh, honest, and open-hearted lyrics discussing relationships, growing up, and navigating through life. Maggie Schneider teamed up with idobi Radio to stream Tinted Glasses in full, in addition to partnering with Substream Magazine for an exclusive track-by-track of the EP. On Tinted Glasses, Maggie Schneider shares.
“All four songs on Tinted Glasses are very personal and are about the experiences and memories that have shaped me as both a young woman and as an artist. The EP explores the highs and lows of life and relationships; it’s about how I’ve grown up in the last year, and the moments and people that have impacted my life thus far. I’m thankful for both the ups and downs because they’ve made me a stronger person and have enriched my music. I hope that people feel connected to these songs.” – Maggie Schneider
Throughout her career, Maggie Schneider has opened for State Champs, Jonny Craig, Like Pacific, and Courage My Love, to name a few. She is gearing up for an upcoming performance at New York City’s oldest rock and roll club, The Bitter End, on March 18 with the NY Songwriters Group. More information can be found at https://www.rockinmags.com.
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“695 North Avenue” (Music and lyrics by Maggie Rose Schneider)
“Chuck Bass “(Music and lyrics by Nicholas William Pena and Maggie Rose Schneider)
“Tinted Glasses” (Music and Lyrics by Maggie Rose Schneider)
“Break (feat. Alex Crain)” (Music and Lyrics by Alex Crain and Maggie Schneider)