Django Stewart Shares New Single ‘Burning Bridges (For Your Love)’
British singer and songwriter Django Stewart has just unveiled the kaleidoscopic video for his 80's heartbreak-pop debut single Burning Bridges (For Your Love), out now on Hipgnosis Songs.

At 29, Django’s authentic musicality is expanding his family’s sonic legacy. Born in London to parents Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama & Shakespeares Sister), he grew up between London and LA, before moving to Nashville. He comments,
I think coming from famous parents, I’m really hard on myself because I don’t want to be successful riding on their coat tails. My dad and Annie lived pretty much in squalor before they ever made it, so he taught me to have the mindset of putting everything you have into your art.

Burning Bridges (For Your Love) is a captivating blend of disco-pop music with that memorable 80's vibe and a driving beat that got me hooked to it right after the very first listen. I am really enjoying his vocal delivery and how he beautifully conveys the emotions one goes following a heartbreak. Laden with infectious melodies and driven by a palpable beat from the get-go, this debut offering firmly asserts Django’s arrival as a future one to watch. Directed by Sophie Muller (Beyonce, Rihanna, Lana Del Ray & many more), the Burning Bridges (For Your Love) music video features Django under the lights, recounting the highs and lows of love and heartbreak, cut with exquisite choreography. Check it out below!

Speaking about the song, Django comments,
‘The track is about being in a relationship that’s dying, and subsequently falling in love with someone else. I was in the Bahamas when I was sent the beat. Me and Tyler, who features on the track, danced around talking about crushes and wrote the whole thing in a heartbeat. I ended up working with Sophie as she raised me from time to time while mum was working. I grew up binging on her videos and we would watch cult classics together and I’d feel smart for studying movies like ‘Carrie’ or ‘Psycho’. I wanted to ask her to work with me when the time was right. We shot this video on a super low budget.