Big Loud riser Sean Stemaly is dialing up the heartbreak with brand-new song “Hello, You Up” available everywhere now.

Written by John Byron and Jamie Moore, the late-night buzzer encapsulates dating in the 21st century, from digitized breakups to “hello, you up” make up texts after a night out at the bar. Brought to life by Stemaly’s “throwback country sound” (Country Now) and ACM Producer of the Year nominee Joey Moi’s signature production, the heart aching, bottom-of-the-bottle anthem centers itself on an intoxicating hook and an all-too-relatable premise, debuting at #1 on the iTunes Country Songs chart.

"'Hello, You Up' is one of those songs you hear and actually feel," Stemaly shares. "I’ve been through it and millions of other people have too. We all have a hard time letting go sometimes when it comes to relationships; that’s why I cut this song. I can feel it when I play it. It’s got a contagious melody that kind of gets your mind off the fact that it’s a sad song, and I love that. My whole team killed it on this one and I can’t wait for the world to hear it!"

Doubling down, the music video for “Hello, You Up” also dropped yesterday in celebration of the new release. Directed by Mason Dixon and shot in Nashville, the track’s neon-lit clip finds Stemaly in a local dive, drinking his split-up woes away after a text leaves him high and dry. One phone call and a series of unfortunate events later, the on-the-rise heartthrob winds up back where he hoped to be with his ex – always just a “hello, you up, do you want to come over away.”



The 2021 Pandora Country Artist to Watch is in the studio now working on new music slated for release later this year.





Sean Stemaly was born in Western Kentucky and raised in the river-bottom fields of Southern Indiana, a hard-worker whose Country music comes straight from the only life he knows. Stemaly taught himself to sing over endless days in the cab of a Case IH 9370 tractor, planting the seeds of stardom to the sound of icons like Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, Alan Jackson and Jason Aldean. Now signed to Big Loud Records, the 26-year-old diesel wrenching, heavy-equipment operating talent has tallied over 64 MILLION on-demand streams, infusing modern Country with youthful, salt-of-the-earth swagger and rocked up heartland soul – a sound that’s both fresh and based in timeless traditions. He’s penned countless songs in Music City’s vibrant collaborative scene – including on-fire release "Come Back To Bed," whose top-viewed music video has already tallied over 6.6 MILLION views – and is currently working on his debut studio recordings with superstar producer Joey Moi. The 2021 Pandora Country Artist to Watch has already hit the road with Riley Green, HARDY, LANCO, and Chris Lane among others, and his story is only just beginning to grow.