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Genevieve Stokes (born Genevieve Curtis; April 12, 2001) is an American singer-songwriter. Her debut EP Swimming Lessons was released on March 5th, 2021. She is currently working on her upcoming second EP Catching Rabbits Her music has been described as ethereal, and translucent with lo-fi piano progressions and modern alt-pop themes.
Genevieve Stokes was born on April 12, 2001. She was raised and resides in Portland, Maine. Stokes started playing piano at age 8 and started songwriting at age 9. She is the second youngest of four children; she has an older sister Madeline Haze Curtis, a younger sister Gem Stokes,
and a brother Oliver Curtis. At 14, Stokes enrolled in the Maine Academy of Modern Music.
She graduated from Falmouth High School in 2019. 
Stokes's worked with producers such as Tony Berg, Brian Kierulf, and Gerard Lange. She was signed to Atlantic Records in 2019.
Influences During interviews, Stokes has said that Cat Power, Lorde, Adele, Regina Spektor, Frank Ocean, Bon Iver, Charli XCX, Caroline Polachek, Kendrick Lamar, Moses Sumney, Feist (singer) , Isaac Brock (musician), Thom Yorke, Fiona Apple and Adrianne Lenker are major musical, vocal and lyrical influences.
As lead artist
|"Simple Love"||2019||Swimming Lessons|
|"Portland Nights"||2019||Swimming Lessons|
|"Surface Tension"||2020||Swimming Lessons|
|"Lonely and Bored"||2020||Swimming Lessons|
|"Can I"||2022||Catching Rabbits|
As featured artist
(Briston Maroney featuring Genevieve Stokes)
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart, or charted on a subchart.|
- ↑ Mier, Tomás (2022-10-07). "Genevieve Stokes Blocks Out the 'Critical Internal Voices' on 'Can I' in EP Preview". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2022-11-10.
- ↑ Stokes, Gem (2020-05-22). "Genevieve Stokes". EUPHORIA. Retrieved 2022-11-14.
- ↑ "INTERVIEW: GENEVIEVE STOKES REFLECTS ON HIGH SCHOOL YEARS WITH EP "SWIMMING LESSONS"". Culture Collide. 2021-05-05. Retrieved 2022-11-11.
- ↑ "Genevieve Stokes Biography, Songs, & Albums". AllMusic. Retrieved 2022-11-14.
- ↑ Valentine, Claire (2021-07-23). "Genevieve Stokes Premieres "Parking Lot" Single And Video". NYLON. Retrieved 2022-11-09.
- ↑ "Genevieve Stokes by Radio X Off The Record". Anchor. Retrieved 2022-11-14.
- ↑ White, Caitlin (2021-07-23). "Genevieve Stokes' Mystical Piano Songs Anchor The Fledgling Songwriter". Cinnamon Magazine. Retrieved 2022-11-10.
- ↑ Ponti, Aimsel (2021-03-01). "Face the Music: From MAMM to Atlantic Records, Genevieve Stokes is on the rise". Press Herald. Retrieved 2022-11-09.
- ↑ Ponti, Aimsel (2021-03-01). "Press Play: Listen to 'Save Me' by Genevieve Stokes - Portland Press Herald". Press Herald. Retrieved 2022-11-11.
- ↑ "Listen to Genevieve Stokes' Gut-Wrenching New Single". PAPER. 2022-08-12. Retrieved 2022-11-09.
- ↑ White, Caitlin (2021-07-23). "Genevieve Stokes' Mystical Piano Songs Anchor The Fledgling Songwriter". Cinnamon Magazine. Retrieved 2022-11-09.
- ↑ "GENEVIEVE STOKES". Invertebrate Music. Retrieved 2022-11-09.
- ↑ Gorman, Amelia (2021-07-23). "ARTIST TO WATCH: Genevieve Stokes". Young Hollywood. Retrieved 2022-11-10.
- ↑ Garcia, Erica Danielle (2020-04-29). "Interview: Genevieve Stokes on Creating Distance, Staying Dreamy, and "Running Away"". Atwood Magazine. Retrieved 2022-11-09.
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