Sporting classic girl-next-door charm and thoughtful lyrical wit, Maggie Schneider comes complementarily armed with suave pop guitar hooks and an earnest voice. The Atlanta, Georgia-based singer-songwriter is a writing major at Savannah College of Art & Design, having developed a solid foundation for her creative expression. Off her forthcoming Tinted Glasses EP (produced by Rian Cowan of All Time Low) is “Chuck Bass” a subdued, yet direct statement centering on how a woman won’t be “bought off” – coerced into courtship through a man’s looks and status alone.
“My song is a positive reminder of how much strength we have as women, and I think that this is an important topic to be expressed in music,” she tells Inspirer, where the song made its debut. However, despite the single’s presence on the women’s publication, Schneider expresses an egalitarian outlook about her mission, adding, “It is up to us to celebrate each other and make a difference in the world without diminishing our male counterparts.”
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