Rising artist Faye Meana drops her latest 80s inspired jam “Stuck in the Middle”, drawing from a place of vulnerability.

Singer, songwriter and producer Faye Meana is filtering through London’s noise with a modern fusion of pop and R&B. Helping her to blossom into the artist she is today, Faye’s inherently soulful vocals have flourished in a scene with deep competition, and after releasing “Stuck in the middle”, the artist’s stock will continue to rise.


A blooming talent who’s received support from the likes of Jamz Supernova, Faye Meana is proving time and time again that she’s a serious one to watch over the coming years. Captivating fans with her 80s influences, the artist’s work oozes in fervent wordplay and potent instrumentals.


Possessing a nostalgic flare, thanks to its retro synths and innovative percussion, “Stuck in the Middle” details the stages of falling in love and how this puts you into a vulnerable position. These overarching feelings come across as deeply personal to Faye Meana but they’re relatable for any listener, too. On the track, she says: “I think a lot of people find it hard to be vulnerable and really, love is the ultimate vulnerability – putting your heart into someone else’s hands.”

Listen to "Stuck in the Middle" below:


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