Dionne Sturdy-Clow “I Could Be Somebody” Song Finally Released

The beautiful 20year old singer-songwriter named Dionne Sturdy-Clow is an emerging artist from Haywood in the United Kingdom and mainly does the alternative rock-pop/folk-punk vein kind of music. Dionne as a teen was when she began writing music because of the family she is from. Her dad is a guitarist and that is a motivation to let her do music. Dionne is so unique in her way that, before she sets to write a song, she writes about the happenings in people’s lives she sees. She is motivated by Frank Turner, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Johnny Cash and cage the Elephant, and a lot more.


On the 10th of January this year, Dionne did not keep her fans waiting. She publicized her first song to welcome the new year. The song was titled, “I Could Be Somebody”. This song by Dionne Sturdy-Clow I must say journeys with an elevating message to its listeners. In the song, the artist is telling her audience to never give up but rather one needs to push harder and touch the skies though life sometimes could be hell to live in. She says whiles we grow to become adults every day, we must be able to know what will develop us and also we must not have doubts but be optimistic about the future. Dionne did not only talk to her fans in the song, but she also revealed to us her capabilities.

“I Could Be Somebody” by Dionne Sturdy-Clow is a rock rhyming track that catches the attention of listeners and a song that shows while we are still young, there are lots of possibilities in our way and we should not feel reluctant to show it off. This beautiful song by pretty Dionne was recorded in her father’s studio and had Rob Price, a friend of her dad play the bass in the production, and Ali Reid, a drummer from Bafta Films displayed a few of his drumming skills on the song.

Support Dionne Sturdy-Clow in her works so she keeps up with her promising career and gets her to do greater things in the future. Listen to “I Could Be Somebody” by Dionne on Spotify with the link below.

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