Miranda Easten & Steffany Beck

Ōtautahi-based country singer-songwriters, Steffany Beck and Miranda Easten, have today released their new duet single, ‘Hell & Back’ – a song about hard times, sticking together and girl power!


Individually, these rising country stars have been making waves with their latest releases, Beck’s ‘What Would Dolly Do’ (NZ on air New Tracks, Juice TV, CMT AU/NZ, Southern Cross Country Radio) an anthem of unapologetic confidence, complete with 10 references to Dolly Parton songs, as part of her fiery sophomore EP, ‘PILLARS’, and Easten’s cleverly-crafted toe-tapping hook, ‘Kip Moore Smile’ (NZ on air New Tracks, Newstalk ZB, Southern Cross Country Radio) a light-hearted swipe at the male ego and wannabe player who’s full of himself, as part of her sophomore album, ‘Concrete & Honey’ due for release in July.


With a newfound die hard friendship and a long list of things in common, the dynamic country sirens co-wrote ‘Hell & Back’, with Chris Childs (Toured with the Spice Girls), with a message of hope for those burned by the music industry, going through the highs and lows of being a self-managed artist and how important it is to reach out find your tribe or a sister you can rely on to ride the rollercoaster along with you. The two are partnering up on the Saddle Up Sisters Tour, a national tour through June/July with a full band, to celebrate the release of Beck’s EP, ‘PILLARS’ and their duet single, ‘Hell & Back’.


This song was recorded at Rockfield Studios, UK (Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen, Coldplay) and at Parachute Studios, Auckland, produced by Greg Haver and mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound, Nashville.