My sexual assault awareness EP (H.U.M.A.N.) with 5-time Grammy award-winning producer, Devine Evans, comes out in July of 2022! It will replace my sexual assault awareness album (HUMAN), which I could not finish due to Hurricane Ida.
You can learn more about my EP on our GoFundMe page!
"Stephanie Marcellé is a prophetic singer-songwriter. She raises awareness about social issues through music.
As a sexual assault survivor, Stephanie Marcellé uses music to help survivors heal. She began to do this at Loyola University New Orleans where she graduated from its popular and commercial music program in 2018. Combining therapeutic music with down-to-earth activism, she organized and headlined a benefit concert for Louisiana’s Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response Center (STAR) in 2018. To supplement her performances at local venues, including the House of Blues, she also birthed stopsexualassault.org with her mother in 2015, gave the keynote speech at New Orleans’ Take Back the Night March Against Sexual Violence in 2018, educated students as a panelist at the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault (LaFASA) Prevention Conference in 2019, and raised awareness through news publications.
In 2021, Stephanie Marcellé began releasing HUMAN one song a month. HUMAN is her debut album, introducing her to the world by explaining how she healed from her sexual assault. Its first seven songs received praise from Fox, Offbeat Magazine, My Spilt Milk, and more. Fans loved its "experimental pop vibes", "cinematic songwriting", and "passionate singing." At the end of 2021, she planned to donate 20 percent of her profit from HUMAN to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN). She planned to do this in honor of the 1 in 5 women who are sexually assaulted in college. However, after Hurricane Ida took her home, Stephanie Marcellé postponed the release of HUMAN's seven remaining songs. H.U.M.A.N., her 5-song EP with 5-time Grammy award-winning producer, Devine Evans, will replace HUMAN in July of 2022.
To stream and download the first half of HUMAN, please visit stopsexualassault.org/music. You can also get updates about H.U.M.A.N. by signing up for emails and following Stephanie Marcellé on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat @musicbymarcelle."